The American Pie actress appeared in Southwark Crown Court to give evidence against Maryam Hassan today
The High Court drama of the big libel hearing is becoming a rarity. New research shows there has been a sharp fall in the number of cases for defamation brought against media companies, despite a succession of press scandals and Parliament's demand for a new regulator of the newspaper industry.
If there was a "miaow!" button on my keyboard, I'd have worn it out on Sky Living's new modelling talent show. With Naomi Campbell on the judging panel, it could never be less than diva-licious, but The Face set itself apart from America's Next Top Model and even the superb RuPaul's Drag Race with an extra 20 per cent added bitchy. You see, it wasn't just the contestants in competition last night, it was the judges too.
The agent to the world's model elite?
Perhaps it took inspiration from the 1987 film Mannequin, but H&M found itself in hot water yesterday as it was forced to reveal that the bikini bodies on its website are in fact doctored photos of shop dummies.
The former British newspaper editor Piers Morgan yesterday took steps to protect his high-profile job at CNN, and his six-figure salary, as he issued a statement to deny a series of accusations that he was implicated in the phone-hacking scandal.
They're the new curse of celebrity weddings: beautiful attendants who steal the star-studded show. Alice Azania-Jarvis reports
A Cadbury's advertising campaign which compared Naomi Campbell to a bar of chocolate was not racist, the industry's watchdog has ruled.
'Our ideas rarely come to pass, but after a few bottles, they do seem good at the time'
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He may be on a colossal global arena tour, but as Charlotte Cripps finds out, R&B star Usher doesn't go far without a few home comforts...
Freedom of speech campaigners were last night celebrating a "landmark judgment" by the European Court of Human Rights, which overturned legal costs imposed on the Daily Mirror by the House of Lords over an article on the supermodel Naomi Campbell.
Naomi Campbell's description of how she came to be given "blood diamonds" by an African warlord was flatly contradicted by her former agent yesterday.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell's evidence in the trial against former Liberian president Charles Taylor was dramatically challenged today.
Naomi Campbell's legal team last night accepted that the supermodel may have broken the law when she received three unfinished diamonds as a gift from the alleged war criminal Charles Taylor.
The supermodel's evidence against Charles Taylor could prove crucial. Mark Hughes reports from The Hague