Donald keeps injunction but loses anonymity

December 2010


The “super injunction” that stopping the UK media from reporting that Take That’s Howard Donald had been battling to stop an ex-girlfriend from dishing the dirt on their relationship has been lifted, though an injunction stopping the dirt dishing itself is still in place. Donald  went to court to stop Adakini Ntuli from selling her story to the tabloids after she sent Donald a text message in April which read: “Why shud I continue 2 suffer financially 4 the sake of loyalty when selling my story will sort my life out?” In response Mr Justic Eady granted the super injunction but this was appealed, and yesterday the Court Of Appeal lifted the super-injunction but kept the ban on the content Ntuli is planning to make public. Take That’s new album Progress has shifted 530,000 units in the UK in its first week, which according to the UK Official Charts Company, makes it the fastest selling album of the decade.

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