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Did paula Abdul get caught drinking on American idol?A lawsuit filed by former American Idol contestant Corey Clark accuses two Big Law firms of libel for a report apparently discounting his claim that he had an affair with judge Paula Abdul during the competition., revealed some seriously intimate details of his alleged affair with the show’s ex-judge Paula Abdul, 54, during a deposition under oath relating to his lawsuit against E!Television Network, in which he claimed he had been unfairly characterized in an episode.The petition claims the show’s questions about arrest history amount to discrimination against blacks.January 2003 - May 2003"American Idol" contestant Corey Clark claimed to have had an affair with Abdul while he was competing in the second season of the show.There were previous rumors that ABC was also eyeing Coldplay frontman Chris Martin for a seat, but a rep for the "Hymn for the Weekend" singer denied the claim.Fans can say goodbye to the idea of having the original panel of judges return, though, as both Simon Cowell and Paula Abdul have no interest in coming back.

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However, a source told Us Weekly that the former "American Idol" contestant has already signed on for a place on the panel."They wanted a panel of all ex contestants," the insider told Us Weekly.

And while Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson were also being eyed to be judges, ABC will have to cross them off their list since they have already signed on with rival NBC's "The Voice."Variety notes, though, that former contestants Carrie Underwood and Adam Lambert have both been speculated to join the singing competition as judges.

Clark alleges the law firms had done previous work for Fox and the producer of American Idol, and it is misleading to suggest they acted as “independent counsel.” Though the firm’s work product was not disclosed, Fox asserted that the probe had cleared Abdul of any wrongdoing, the suit says. Clark “started receiving death threats from complete strangers in the streets,” the complaint (PDF) says.

“Random people spit on him and damned him to hell.” Clark made an unsuccessful suicide attempt in 2006, according to the suit.