X Factor live show to be 2.5 hour special
Visitors to the site can pay approximately £5 to download the footage, but Wood has denied making any money from it, The Sun reports. "This has come as a massive shock to everyone on the show," an X Factor insider said. "Lascel came across as such an innocent, polite young man who had overcome a very challenging start in life.
"To know he would do this on the internet is mind-blowing. He was either seriously strapped for cash or involved in a dark world. The X Factor is family viewing. Many people that have dealt with him are livid."
A friend of Wood added: "Lascel is mortified. Yes, he filmed himself performing a sex act, but he's adamant he did not profit from it. He thinks someone else uploaded the video to the site."
Wood will attempt to impress the judges at Boot Camp on tonight's edition of The X Factor, which airs at 8pm on ITV1. X Factor live show to be 2.5 hour special,
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