Cameron Diaz Wins Court Case Over Topless Photos

Diaz's publicist, Brad Cafarelli, confirmed Friday that a Los Angeles judge has awarded Diaz statutory damages in topless pics case


Cameron Diaz's publicist, Brad Cafarelli, has on Friday March 31st, 2006 confirmed that a Los Angeles judge has awarded Diaz statutory damages over the illicit sale of topless photos of her taken ten years ago before she became an A-list actress.

To your notice, Diaz sued photographer John Rutter in 2004 after he tried to get her to buy the photos from him for $3.3 million. And when she refused, he threatened to sell them to a European advertising agency for $5 million.

Moreover, Cafarelli also confirmed that the judge also dismissed a countersuit filed against Diaz by Rutter accusing her of fraud and breach of contract. A further ruling is expected on whether Rutter must foot Diaz's legal bill.

© AceShowbiz.com


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