Hugh Grant has reportedly launched a brand new phone-hacking declare towards The Sun newspaper.
The actor, 61, beforehand introduced a case towards the News of the World accusing it of phone-hacking within the 2000’s; the case was settled in 2012.
Now Grant is seemingly launching a recent declare towards the Sun, which, just like the defunct News of the World, is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News UK.
The Sun have all the time denied any illegality befell at their firm, and News of the World was closed in 2011 following the scandals.
According to The Guardian, Grant is launching a ‘Sun-only’ declare, alleging that phone-hacking befell on the outlet within the 2000s, when present chief government of News UK, Rebekah Brooks, was editor.
The reported recent declare comes after plenty of celebrities settled phone-hacking claims towards News Group Newspapers, together with actress Sienna Miller, who settled her declare towards The Sun publishers final 12 months.
She claimed that the newspaper used ‘illegal means’ to seek out out about her being pregnant, which the writer denies.
It was famous on the High Court that there was no admission or discovering of any wrongdoing on behalf of the Sun or any of these named.
Various different celebrities have reportedly launched claims towards News UK regarding allegations of historic phone-hacking, together with Spice Girl Mel B, Atmic Kitten’s Liz McClarnon and actress Kate Winslet.
News UK has all the time insisted the one criminal activity in its shops befell at News of the World.
Metro.co.uk has reached out to The Sun and reps for Hugh for remark.
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