A High Court judge today has ruled that The Sun should not publish photographs taken at an "outrageous"-themed fancy dress party of Kate Winslet's husband Ned RocknRoll.
Mr RocknRoll, who changed his birth name of Abel Smith in 2008, has said there was no public interest in the tabloid printing the private pictures, which were taken more than two years ago.
The marketing consultant, who is the nephew of tycoon Sir Richard Branson, said he was not a role model and was a "relative nobody" at the time.
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