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The Sun: Gag on revealing celeb's extra-marital threesome 'sinister and illogical attack on freedom of speech'

"Yet the Appeal Court decided his right to the 'private and family life' he regularly shines his own spotlight on trumps ours to publish a story we know is true.

"Equally bizarrely, judges ruled that he and his partner were a 'committed ­couple' despite the extra-marital sex. Which is certainly an unusual ­definition of commitment.

"Judges should act for the public and err on the side of their right to know. They should not preside as moral ­arbiters over tabloid stories of which they sniffily disapprove.

"We thought these draconian privacy injunctions had had their day.

"It is disturbing to see them creep back in as the rich and famous try to stop the public knowing the truth about them."

The interim injunction will stand until the matter has either gone to trial or a further court order is made.

The Appeal Court ruling was made in January but has only now been published.

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