After a long running legal battle over massive fees from Naomi Campbell’s lawyers, editors of the British Newspaper have finally won.
In 2002, the supermodel took bosses of the Daily Mirror to court claiming that her privacy had been violated due to the publication of Miss Campbell leaving an Anonymous meeting in London.
The newspaper’s publishers were ordered by judges to pay Campbell £3,500 and cover legal costs which led to an astounding £1 million due to ‘success fees’ in the UK.
The UK Government must discuss reduced charges with the paper after the Daily Mirror editors took an appeal to the European Court of Human Rights ruling yesterday.
A Trinity Mirror spokesman says, ‘This has been a long hard fight but we have been proved right.’