Ashley Coles legal advisers say photog breached privacy lawMarch 7th, 2009 - 1:43 pm ICT by ANI
London, Mar 7 (ANI): Brit footballer Ashley Coles legal advisers claim that the photographer involved in the incident on March 5, which led to the arrest of the Chelsea left back, had breached the privacy law under the Human Rights Act.
Cole, 28, who earns 82,000 pounds a week, has threatened to sue The Sun for aggravated damages if the pictures showing him beside a beautiful blonde were published.
A source has revealed that Cole and the woman had been engaged in an intellectual conversation at the exclusive Collection Japanese restaurant and bar in Chelsea, West London.
Ashley feels his privacy has been invaded by being photographed in the nightclub, the Sun quoted the source as saying.
He is a great believer in his right to privacy and will take legal action if anyone publishes those photos, the source added. (ANI)
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