KATE MIDDLETON’S NUDE PHOTOS: High-Profile Female Magazine Editor Formally Charged (NSFW PHOTOS)

 
Kate Middleton

A high-profile female journalist has been placed under formal criminal investigation in connection with topless pictures taken of the Duchess of Cambridge, it emerged last night.(see photos below)


The editor of French Closer magazine Laurence Pieau has been charged in connection with the publication of topless pictures of Kate Middleton .

An unnamed 28-year-old Paris agency photographer was also reportedly arrested and charged, while another was ‘on the verge’ of being charged.

Laurence Pieau, the editor of French Closer magazine, was formally charged in connection with an alleged breach of France’s strict privacy laws.

Ms Pieau now faces the prospect of a trial under France’s strict privacy laws.

 
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Photographer Valerie Suau admits taking images of Kate in the south of France during a holiday last September.

Ms Suau described her pictures, published in La Provence regional newspaper, as ‘decent’.

Kate and Prince William took legal action against Closer through their French lawyer, Aurelien Hamelle, who described the Duchess as a ‘a young woman, not an object’.

He said the royal couple had suffered a ‘grotesque breach of privacy’ and felt ‘violated’ during a ‘highly intimate moment during a scene of married life’.

Ms Suau, whose name is pronounced ‘sewer’, has kept a low profile ever since the case, but police arrested her in April.

The magazine was the first to publish the images last September but they also later appeared in Italy, Ireland, Sweden and Denmark.

Ernesto Mauri, the chief executive of publishers Mondadori, was charged with “invasion of privacy” for having let the shots be published.

The paparazzi photographer who took the topless photos has yet to be identified despite a criminal probe launched in October.

However, photographer Valerie Suau has been charged with invasion of privacy for photos of Kate in a swimsuit which appeared in a newspaper.

Closer, owned by a firm linked to former Italian leader Silvio Berlusconi, was made to hand the topless images over by a Paris civil court.

But they remained on the open market and also appeared in magazines across the globe.

Kate and Wills thought they would not be photographed as they stayed at the magnificent Chateau D’Autet, owned by a nephew of the Queen.

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