Cops called to Tulisa Contostavlos' home

September 13th, 2013 3:10am EDT

Tulisa Contostavlos Police were called to British pop star Tulisa Contostavlos' home this week (beg09Sep13) after two men were spotted acting suspiciously outside.

An emergency call was placed from the singer's home in Hertfordshire, England, on Wednesday night (11Sep13) to report the men, who were parked outside the gates in a dark-coloured car.

The men were held and questioned by cops, who conducted a search of the grounds with sniffer dogs, reports Britain's The Sun.

The suspects were released after it was determined no crime had been committed and the authorities finally left the property in the early hours of Thursday (12Sep13).

A spokesperson for the Hertfordshire Police says, "We were called at 10.23pm to reports of suspicious behaviour of two men in a vehicle outside a property. Both men were spoken to. As a precaution, we also searched the area. We were satisfied no crimes had occurred."

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