LONDON (AP) – A spokeswoman for Susan Boyle says the Britain’s Got Talent finalist lost her cool after being harassed by two journalists at a London hotel.

The spokeswoman says the singer was distressed after being taunted by the reporters at the Wembley Plaza Hotel on Wednesday.

The spokeswoman says police removed the two journalists who harassed the singer from the building. She would give no further details about what the reporters said. She spoke on condition of anonymity because she represents all of the contestants on the show.

The spokeswoman was responding to questions about a Sun newspaper report Thursday that Boyle swore in front of Britain’s Got Talent fans and contestants using four-letter words.

The newspaper printed a photograph of the singer talking to a police officer.

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