The world is not worthy of One Direction’s ray of sunshine in the midst of darkness and generous flawfree human being that has brought Christ and hope to the world, Harry Styles has won a court order banning the paparazzi from pursuing him in the street or waiting outside his house. The 19-year-old asked the high court to prevent photographers from following him after trying to persuade them to change their behaviour, according to his lawyer. The court orders photographers to stop pursuing singer, placing him under surveillance or loitering within 50 meters of his home. FULL STORY UNDER!
An order handed down by Mrs Justice Nicola Davies orders unnamed photographers to stop pursuing the singer by car or motorcycle, placing him under surveillance or loitering within 50 metres of his place of residence to monitor his movements. Styles was not in court for the short hearing on Monday. His lawyer David Sherborne told the court: “This is not a privacy injunction. Mr Styles is not trying to prevent fans approaching him in the street and taking photos. He remains happy to do that, as he always has. Rather, it is the method or tactics which have been used by a certain type of photographer.” Sherborne said the case concerned a series of paparazzi photographers, four of whom were in the process of being identified. Styles’s injunction will continue until another hearing in the week beginning 13 January, which will decide how the action should proceed.