Her body fat index increased from 25% to 29%, and her liver dysfunction increased from 16% to 86%.
She ended the binge early after suffering heart palpitations and prolonged pins and needles. In 2008, she appeared on the reality television show Fáilte Towers on RTÉ One in Ireland.
The only thing I did wrong was that I found him really attractive and cute - which woman wouldn't - and as a married woman I shouldn't be thinking this,' she admitted back in 2008.
Amidst pejorative media commentary (including the term "Flopstars"), the act proceeded to sign a multimillion-pound record contract with Richard Branson's independent record label, V2 records.
Shortly after forming, Liberty received a legal challenge in the UK High Court from a funk R&B band, also called "Liberty", who achieved success in the 1990s, including being awarded Capital Radio Band of the Year, playing Wembley Arena, European tours and the release of albums in the USA, Europe and UK.
In October 2007, shortly after Liberty X's split and final performance, Heaton signed a two album solo deal with 19 Entertainment, however, for unknown reasons, she left the label two months later.
In 2005, Heaton was featured in the MTV UK and Ireland reality television production, Totally Scott-Lee, based around the musical career of Lisa Scott-Lee.
She also appeared on the second season finale of the Irish version of The Apprentice, broadcast on 14 December 2009, where she was the celebrity guest of eventual winner Steve Rayner, who had the task of organising a launch party for the new Ford Fiesta car.
As she pulled back the sheet to unveil the new car her foot got caught and she fell to the floor.
The winning name was "X Liberty", but the group used the entry as the basis for the official title, "Liberty X".
Liberty X enjoyed seven Top 10 singles from 2001 to 2005.
Their debut album, Thinking It Over, reached Number 3 in June 2002.