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Splash, a UK “news and photo agency” apologized to actor David Walliams and model Lara Stone, Journalism.co.uk reported.  The married couple had filed a lawsuit for “harassment and invasion of privacy damages” after the agency published photos of the two.

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Splash’s apology states that “In April 2011, photographers pursued David Walliams and Lara Stone while they spent the day together in London.”  Splash noted it paid both legal fees and a sum for damages.

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Splash News and Photo Agency Apologizes, Pays for Invading Privacy

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