A representative for Simon Cowell has distanced the TV mogul from allegations the star has used the services of a disgraced private investigator. Cowell's named was reportedly included on a document drawn up by members of Britain's Serious Organised Crime Agency, which listed alleged clients of four private detectives who have been jailed for illegally obtaining information. The star has yet to comment on the claims, but his representative, Max Clifford, has now spoken out on the The X Factor boss' behalf. Clifford insists one of the convicted private eyes, Graham Freeman, reached out to Cowell for work, but he was never hired, saying, "Graham was keen to try and work for Simon but it never happened. That would have been arranged by me if it were to happen and it did not happen."