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Judicially approved voyeurism
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Once upon a time we were able to say to our clients - with a degree of confidence - that their laundry dirty or otherwise would be safe with us.
We listed the exceptions of course. We explained that in the highly unlikely event that they ended up with a defended divorce they would be going through some pretty awful stuff in front of their husband or wife the judge their respective legal teams and members of the press if it was a quiet news day. And if they happened to be Cheryl or Simon or Rebekah then even if it wasn't.
We said that the divorce petition itself might be open to scrutiny if they happened to be famous or at least notorious and Glen Mulcaire or similar ...
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