Prince Harry settles case against British publisher who hacked his phone

Prince Harry settles case against British publisher who hacked his phone

London — The publishing house of a British newspaper has agreed to pay prince harry a “considerable” sum of money for costs and damages resulting from invading his privacy by hacking his phone and other illegal methods of intrusion, Harry’s lawyer said Friday.

Lawyer David Sherborne said Mirror Group Newspapers agreed to pay all of Harry’s legal costs, plus damages, and would make an interim payment of $505,000 within 14 days. The final figure will be determined later.

Harry was They awarded $177,000 in damages in Decemberwhen a judge found that phone hacking was “widespread and habitual” at Mirror Group Newspapers in the late 1990s, it continued for more than a decade, with executives and newspapers covering it up. Judge Timothy Fancourt ruled that Harry’s phone had been hacked “to a small extent”.

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