Al Akhbar Group Newspapers, publisher of the tabloid newspaper the sunreached a settlement on Tuesday with Mel C, the Spice Girl and other British celebrities, who accused the publisher of hacking and eavesdropping on their phones.
British media reported that a settlement was reached on Tuesday for an undisclosed amount. BBC News It states that the amount in question is “six zeroes”.
Boyzone singer Shane Lynch and actors Keith Allen, Catherine Tate and Matthew Horne, among others, have also settled with News Group Newspapers (NGN). The publisher is also said to have apologized.
British Prince Harry also filed a lawsuit against the publisher. He says NGN has been collecting information about him illegally since the mid-1990s. The judge has already rejected Harry’s claim that his phone was hacked.
Other allegations, such as the hiring of private investigators and other methods allegedly used to obtain information about him, will be discussed in court. The judge who must decide the case believes this claim is “realistic and defensible.”
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