Rock star Bryan Adams told the Leveson Inquiry he had called the police after being stalked by a woman and her son at his home in Chelsea more than three years ago. He was then dismayed to see the story being reported a few days later in The Sun newspaper. Adams said:
"I was very annoyed that what I saw as a private issue was being reported without my knowledge or consent...I do not believe that there could be any other explanation than the fact that the source must have been someone related to my call to the police."
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