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Model Naomi Campbell may not be walking so tall anymore. Last week she was ordered to pay legal costs to the Mirror, which she sued for invasion of privacy after the tabloid ran details of treatment she'd sought for drug and alcohol abuse. Campbell had been awarded minimal damages by a lower court, which agreed that her privacy had been violated — not by the revelation of her addictions, but by the publication of photos of her leaving Narcotics Anonymous meetings. But the Court of Appeal ruled that their publication was justified in the public interest, since Campbell had publicly boasted...

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