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One Direction's Harry Styles has won permanent High Court orders against four members of the paparazzi in his legal battle to end the "crazy pursuit" of him.
The injunction prevents the photographers from pursuing the singer by car or motorcycle.
It also stops them from placing him under surveillance, loitering or waiting within 50 metres of his place of residence to monitor his movements or take photos of him.
His barrister told a judge in London today that four individuals had so far been identified since harassment proceedings were launched last year.
All four were handed permanent injunctions while efforts to identify others are ongoing.
In December, One Direction star Styles, now 20, went to court as a last resort after trying to persuade a number of photographers to stop their behaviour voluntarily.
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Singer Harry Styles has won a court order stopping the paparazzi from harassing him.
The 19-year-old One Direction star applied to the High Court as a last resort after trying to persuade a number of photographers to stop their behaviour voluntarily, said counsel David Sherborne.
He told Mrs Justice Nicola Davies, who first granted the order against the unidentified individuals: "This is not a privacy injunction. Mr Styles is not trying to prevent fans approaching him in the street and taking photos. He remains happy to do that, as he always has.
"Rather, it is the method or tactics which have been used by a certain type of photographer."
The injunction against "Paparazzi AAA and others" prevents them from pursuing the singer by car or motorcycle, placing him under surveillance, loitering or waiting within 50 metres of his place of residence to monitor his movements or take photos of him in such circumstances.
Class of '92 stars David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Nicky Butt, Ryan Giggs and Phil and Gary Neville arrived at the documentary's premiere at Leicester Square.
The former England captain attended the event with wife Victoria, and the couple's three sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz.
When asked about reports that Beckham could become Sir David in the New Year Honours List, Styles replied: "Why not? He's a national treasure isn't he? It makes sense. I thought he was already."
One Direction star Harry Styles swapped screaming fans and showbiz parties for the more subdued surroundings of his sister's graduation ceremony yesterday.
Sheffield Hallam University tweeted pictures of him with the caption: "A special guest attended today's graduation ceremony to see his sister collect her degree! Welcome Harry Styles."
Styles also posted a picture with his sister Gemma on his Instagram account, with the caption: "My Sister graduated today. She's all clever and that."