Peter Andre was set to be sunning himself on honeymoon with his new wife Emily MacDonagh this week, but unfortunately things have not gone quite to plan.
The singer tied the knot just a few days ago, but has been forced to delay his post-wedding holiday after being called to the High Court. Peter appeared in court in London yesterday and is due to return to give evidence today.
The case, a contract dispute between Peter's former producer Neville Hendricks and ITV2, could spell bad news for Peter as it involves a number of fairly shocking claims. Neville is suing ITV2 for almost £550,000 (€500,000) in damages after his contract to produce all of Peter Andre's reality shows was terminated.
The plug was pulled on the contract back in 2011 after relations got messy between Neville, Peter and Neville's ex-wife Claire. In the end, Peter agreed for responsibility for all of his reality shows to be passed over to Claire, something which Neville says he is owed damages for from ITV2.
In an effort to give context to his relationship with Peter, Neville has made a number of claims, including saying that the singer was set on revealing his ex-wife Katie Price's suspected infidelity to the media "to cause [her] distress and to boost his own image."
He also claims that Peter found Katie's eldest son Harvey "difficult to be with and be around." In 2011 Peter himself sued Katie (and won) after she stated in the media that he had never genuinely cared for Harvey.
After his dream wedding with his "absolutely beautiful" bride last week, we doubt Peter is too happy to have to face reality again so soon.