Rebecca Ferguson seems to have it all, but the singer who is now pregnant with her third child took to Twitter yesterday evening to post a string of worrying messages.
"I'm not taking those people to court who robbed me blind as they have made the most evil beyond evil accusations about me. 
"I never knew evil until I met those two people. I never new people could abuse someone in such a cruel way.

"You have blackmailed me and yes you do have me cornered because my children mean more to me than getting you back for what you have done.
“Thanks to you I trust no one, have panic attacks and lived in constant fear that you pair would harm me.

"You'll get your karma one day for now you won't get a minute of my time carry on crawling and feeding off peoples money and kindness.

"And I'll carry on with my career that I earned not through default or theft but honesty kindness and handwork.[sic]"
This isn’t the first cryptic message the star has posted. She posted a similar message on Instagram two weeks ago saying:
“I’m going to open up soon in a very personal way, in a way I am not duty bound to do, about my pregnancy and about what I have been going through I usually keep family matters private as I don’t think it is classy to air your dirty laundry at all, I believe people should focus on my music and talent but I strongly feel my story might help other women in similar situations and give them strength.[sic]”
While there is no clue about what recent troubles the star has endured, the past two years haven’t been easy for her. She fell victim to a stalker, was allegedly conned out of £100,000 and endured a very public fall out with her management company amid claims they overworked her. 



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