Sarah says her friend told her that this man wanted to invest in her children's books and help her get out of serious financial debt...but something made Sarah suspicious.

"I sat there and thought: 'He's a journalist. He's a News of the World journalist. I know he is. I'm going to leave,'" she says. "So just before I get up, I say: 'I need you to sign a confidentiality agreement, please, because I'm not discussing anything more with you unless you do. And I'm sorry to be so rude, but in this day in age, we have to.'"

Sarah says he agreed, and they all went their separate ways. "I'm thinking to myself, 'Well, there's no way I'll see him again,'" she says. "This is the key to how out of control I was because I instantly knew. I even got my office to check this man's name up in India."

Sarah ignored her instincts and agreed to have dinner with him on May 18, 2010. Despite repeated requests, he still hadn't signed the confidentiality agreement.


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