STOP PRESS: Supermodel Naomi Campbell at the High Court

COURT CASE: Supermodel Naomi Campbell told the High Court this week of her shock at discovering she had been charged for crisis management advice by Freud Communications. Campbell, seeking damages from The Mirror for invasion of privacy and breach of confidence, said she thought advice from agency chairman Matthew Freud was as a 'friend'. The agency's £25,000 fee was later reduced to £15,000.

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