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Christian Horner accuser 'breaking down in tears and lonely' after signing agreement

A woman from Red Bull Racing who is challenging the decision to clear team boss Christian Horner of inappropriate behaviour is feeling very upset and alone, according to reports.

She has been put on a break from work by the F1 team. Last month, an internal check said Horner did nothing wrong, and he has always said he didn't breach rules. But soon after they said Horner was okay, some messages that were alleged to be from him were leaked. Red Bull bosses are still looking into it.

The accuser hasn't told anyone her identity and reportedly can't talk about what happened because she agreed legally not to say anything in public. But a friend of hers spoke to BBC Sport and shared how hard this has been for her. The friend said: "It's impossible for people to understand what it's like for her" and "she can't talk and she won't talk. But I can tell you what it is doing to her. Every time I have asked her something, she breaks down in tears and says she's got no-one to talk to because she's not allowed to talk.

"She is very upset, very angry, very scared, very intimidated, very lonely. And I think it's impossible for people to understand without being in her shoes what it's like for her. She is determined for the truth to come out."

Red Bull have confirmed that neither side can talk about the details of the investigation or the appeal because they both agreed to keep it private. A spokesperson said before: "Both signed a confidentiality agreement on it so they both can't discuss it." But if this goes to a work court, secret things might be told to everyone. The person who complained wants to work in F1 again. They have loved motorsport their "entire life."

Even though he can't talk about the case, Horner has been doing his