N-DUBZ star TULISA CONTOSTAVLOS has been banned from Facebook - because staff at the social networking website were convinced she was an impostor.
The British singer set up an account on the site and was shocked to discover there were more than 60 other members pretending to be her.
And she was outraged when bosses shut down her page and banned her from using the site - they thought her profile was yet another spoof.
She tells the Sunday Mirror magazine, "I'm not (on Facebook)... I was, but Facebook themselves deleted me, because they thought I was a fake version of myself.
"There are about 60 fake Facebook pages of me. I've actually had arguments with myself on there. I'll message them saying, 'Look, I know you're not me because I'm Tulisa.' And they'll reply, 'No, you're not, I'm Tulisa.'"
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