The case is closed on Nicole Kidman's 2005 spy case as Australian prosecutors have on Thursday June 28th dropped charges against a paparazzi photographer accused of planting a bugging device outside the star's Sydney mansion.
Jamie Fawcett, who'd been accused of planting a listening device outside Kidman's house in the harbourside suburb of Darling Point in January 2005, was very happy with the decision, telling reporters "It was a very narrow investigation that once again targeted the photographers at a scene and I felt that was perhaps unfair."
Further Fawcett added, "I am often asked about the feud between Miss Kidman and myself. In fact, I don't have any opinion whatsoever about Miss Kidman, other than to wish her all the best."
The reasons behind the withdrawn case were not immediately clear, and Kidman's agent declined to comment on the decision, saying it was a matter for prosecutors.