British musician Elton John and Prince Harry of the British royal family are suing the famous British newspaper Daily Mail for “violating privacy”. It is alleged that the newspaper placed bugging devices in the homes of famous names and tapped the phones.
A group of famous names, including the British royal Prince Harry, are suing the editors of the British newspaper Daily Mail.
Names, including Doreen Lawrence, Sadie Frost and Elizabeth Hurley, have taken legal action for “violating privacy.”
ALLEGED THAT A LISTENING DEVICE IS PLACED
Associated Newspapers Ltd., which allegedly placed bugging devices in the homes and cars of famous names. The company named “an incredible smear campaign” in the face of the allegations.
Allegations include wiretapping private phone conversations and bribing police for inside information.
It was stated that these accusations were “only the tip of the iceberg” and that many more unnamed victims were victims.
“These people are the focus of the media and society because of their careers and private lives. They want to live in a world where the media act freely but with a sense of responsibility at the same time.”
In a statement on the subject, the Daily Mail denied all accusations. The newspaper claimed that this smear campaign was put forward to mix the Daily Mail’s name into 30 years of phone hacking scandals.