Diaz accepts website damages

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Cameron Diaz has accepted a public apology and "substantial", but undisclosed, libel damages at London's High Court over website claims that she had been caught in a "passionate clinch" with a TV producer outside a studio in Santa Monica, California.

The claims were made under the headline "Cameron Caught Cheating" on the website of the US gossip paper the National Enquirer, which can be accessed in the UK. Diaz's solicitor, Simon Smith, told Justice David Eady that a story had also appeared in The Sun, which was based on the website piece, but that the newspaper had already settled a libel claim in July 2005 relating to that piece.

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