Paloma Faith insists she is ''fine'' after being mugged on a London street last month.
Paloma Faith is ''fine'' after being mugged.
The 'Can't Rely On You' hitmaker was robbed in the street recently, and though the thief made off with her bag, the singer - who insists she wasn't targetted because of her fame - was thankful the situation wasn't worse.
She said: ''I was mugged a few weeks ago in London, they came from behind me, they didn't mug 'me', I don't think they saw it was me, they just saw a person.
''They got my bag but luckily my phone and keys were in my pocket. A word of warning - always separate.
''I'm fine, I was scarily fine but the person I was with was really shaken up. I was just like, 'That's pretty standard in London'. Maybe I'm desensitised.''
Paloma insists her cool-headed stance wasn't unusual as she is often a useful person to have around during a crisis.
She added in an interview with BBC Radio 2 presenter Dermot O'Leary: ''I'm really good in a crisis if anyone ever needs me, if you want any advice or anything. I'll turn up and sort everything out.''
The 32-year-old singer first revealed she had been mugged on twitter, writing last month: ''I got mugged last night. Not fun. Thank you London. That'll teach me to walk home.''
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