Splash News, an entertainment and photo agency based in Los Angeles, apologized and agreed to pay "great damage" to Prince Harry after flying low-pitched helicopter through his countryside home and shot photos into the room and bedroom. 19659002] AP announces that the Duke and the Agency have solved privacy and data protection requirements on Thursday. The financial settlement number was not disclosed
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Prince Harry's lawyer says the Duke and his wife chose England's southern Oxfordshire for 'high level of privacy' which he gave ”and that the publication of the photos weakened that benefit. For this reason, the couple "can no longer live in property" because it "seriously damaged" their security.
In his report Splash News says "she admitted that this situation is a mistake in the solution" and that she "apologizes [s] to the Duke and the Principality of Sussex) for the disaster caused." The Agency also added that it would "stop and will stop selling, issuing, publishing, or submitting photos "and" don't repeat your behavior using any aerial means to shoot or shoot from the Duke's Home.
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