Closer ordered to pay damages to actress in Hollande affair


The magazine must pay 15,000 euros for breaching Julie Gayet's privacy with photos revealing her relationship with the French president.

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A French court has ordered the gossip magazine Closer to pay 15,000 euros in damages to the actor Julie Gayet for breaching her privacy after it published photos apparently exposing her relationship with the president, François Hollande, reports The Guardian.