Court orders magazine to turn topless photos over to Kate Middleton

Although the pictures have already been seen millions of times over across the world, a French court has issued an injunction against the magazine Closer, stopping any further use of the photos of a topless Kate Middleton.

Although the pictures have already been seen millions of times over across the world, a French court has issued an injunction against the magazine Closer, stopping any further use of the photos of a topless Kate Middleton.

A French court has ordered Closer to hand over the photos to the Royal couple.

The court said the magazine would be fined $13,000 every time it republished or distributed the offending images.

An Italian magazine ran yesterday with a 26-page spread of the images. The Irish Daily Star also ran the pictures on the weekend.

 

 

 

 




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Court orders magazine to turn topless photos over to Kate Middleton

  1. Everyone knows that the media will always following all public figures. If she doesn’t want people to see her naked, then she should keep her cloth on. Period.

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