A French court has issued an injunction against a gossip magazine and its website halting further publication in France of topless photos of Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge and wife of Prince William.
The court in Nanterre ordered the publisher of Closer magazine to
hand over its digital copies of topless photos of Kate within 24 hours
and prohibited any further publication of what it called a "brutal
display" of William and Kate's private moments.
The ruling by the judge affects only Montedori Magazines France, Closer's French publisher.
The decision comes a day after an Italian magazine hit newsstands
with a 26-page montage of the images, which were first published in the
French magazine Closer on Friday, and the Irish Daily Star also
published the photos over the weekend.
William's St. James's Palace has called the photos a "grotesque" invasion of privacy.
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