Kate Middleton Topless Scandal Ruling: French Court Demands Closer Destroy Pics

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A French court has ruled in favor of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge regarding the Kate Middleton topless pics in Closer magazine, prohibiting all publication.

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    Rosemarie Aldrich
    It's extremely bad taste for them to invade in her and williams privacy.

    Ms-billie

    I hope they find out who took the photos and send them to prison. Anyone that has or does publish them should also get strong fines, if that doesn't stop them then comes jail time.

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    People's privacy should remain so.... private... the photographer should get some jail time ....

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    Leave them alone! Stupid media. Who cares, ladies go topless in Europe all the time and media is exploiting them! They do normal things and toplessness is normal in Europe! I hope they win this lawsuit and they get stronger because of this.

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    At last, a small victory for common sense and more importantly, common decency. The poor girl has every right to enjoy the same privacy as WE all do, particularly when not in a public arena. I definitely have no interest in viewing these photographs. Again congratulations to the French Courts. Also confirms just what a common, sleaze Silvio Berlusconi is for publishing them. Isn't he wealthy enough? Why print them - gutter journalism! Wonder how such an amoral man become Prime Minister!?




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