France’s Closer magazine has been told it will have to pay damages of €90,000 for publishing topless pictures of Kate Middleton, after an appeals court upheld an earlier ruling.
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Yesterday, a judge ordered French magazine Closer to pay Kate Middleton and Prince William 100,000 euros in damages and two staffers an additional 90,000 euros in fines for publishing topless
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A FRENCH court has ruled celebrity magazine Closer invaded the privacy of Britain’s Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, when it published topless photos of her in 2012.
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It all started when French magazine, Closer, published topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton. Now the controversial magazine and two of its staff were imposed to pay the British royal family 190,000 euros or around $226,000 in damages and fines after they printed the explicit and intimate photos.
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A French court has granted £91,700 in punitive damages to Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middletonfive years after topless photos of her were published in a French magazine. On Tuesday, a court in
The topless photos, which appeared on the front and inside the cover of Closer Magazine in September 2012, were ordered almost immediately to be removed online.