Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton and her husband Prince William secured an injunction in French court today prohibiting the further reproduction of those topless photos of Kate published in Closer magazine last week. Among the court’s stipulations (via the Daily Mail):
Closer France must not print any more copies of its controversial issue and take the topless pictures off its website.
The photos cannot be published in any other magazines or papers in France [or be] sold by them to anyone else in the world.
Within 24 hours the offending pictures must be handed over to the Palace [or] Closer would get a 10,000 euro daily fine each time they sell them on or publish them.
That’s nice and all, but once something’s been put on the internet, it STAYS on the internet. You can never get it back. Ask anyone who’s ever uploaded a video of themselves practicing with a bow staff in their headgear.
Kate’s cousin Katrina Darling performing a burlesque show in NY, because they’re the closest things to topless Kate photos that I could post without getting sued. Get a silver bikini like Katrina’s from Poncho bikini here: