Monday, 21 December 2009

Can we all have a Tiger Woods' injunction?

Independent media columnist Stephen Glover today returns to the injunction obtained by Tiger Woods in the High Court in London banning the English media from publishing new details about his personal life.
He says: "What was odd about the injunction is that it referred to nude pictures of Tiger Woods which his lawyers say may not exist. In other words, it is possible to obtain an injunction in respect of publication which may be purely theoretical. I suppose any of us, if we had the money, might pop along to Mr Justice Eady to seek a kind of belt-and-braces injunction covering every eventuality."


jason heyward said...

After the public humiliation and total disregard that he showed towards her and the children, there is no way she can retain her dignity and stay with him!

jeebas said...

how can you stop such news form getting leaked. the paparazzi are everywhere and it will be a matter of time before the photos pop up.