Mel B

Spice Girls' Mel B in rehab for alcohol, sex addiction

The 43-year-old, whose full name is Melanie Brown and performed as Scary Spice, told The Sun on Sunday that she's been through an "incredibly difficult" six months in which she worked on an autobiography. 

"It has been unbelievably traumatic reliving an emotionally abusive relationship and confronting so many massive issues in my life," she said. 

Brown posted a link to a US government website to Twitter explaining post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) after she was diagnosed with it following an abusive relationship. 

"Knowledge is power," the singer wrote. 

Mel B's ex strongly denies 'years of abuse'

Lawyers for Stephen Belafonte released a statement after the ex-Spice Girl was given a temporary restraining order.

She claims she was the victim of "multiple physical beatings" and that her ex threatened to destroy her career by releasing a sex tape.

Stephen Belafonte's legal team calls the claims "outrageous and unfounded".

They say: "When the degree to which Ms Brown has gone to create a false depiction of her marriage to Mr Belafonte is uncovered, real victims and survivors of domestic violence will be understandably offended, angry and upset."

Mel B offers $5,000 reward to catch thief who broke into car

The British singer, 41, posted an Instagram video showing a man appearing to remove suitcases from the vehicle on Friday at 05:42 local time.

Mel B asked fans to contact her husband Stephen Belafonte via Instagram if they had any information about the incident.

She said police were investigating but the couple wanted the public's help.

Mel B is forcing the Spice Girls to reunite

Scary Spice confirmed that she is the driving force behind a potential comeback for the girl group in 2016 - and it will only happen if it's all five of them, Posh included.

"Nothing has been announced, nothing's official. Yes, we are in talks, because it is our 20th anniversary, and I want something to happen - it better," Mel told US talk show host Meredith Vieira.

"I'm forcing them a little bit - I've been saying it for five years. 'We are reuniting, aren't we? We are? We are? We need to!'"