with Ryan Giggs has been the talk of Twitter and the House of Commons, which identified the player despite being issued a gag
business is a bit difficult to ask Imogen Thomas to discuss his years. She is silent for a moment or two. "I'll have to think about how I word," she said.
Well, perhaps, can not start talking about how it all began, I say. How have you been in the public eye this year?
"It's a difficult question. I know it's ridiculous, but I have a lot of things being legal now. You can tell. But I can not. "
Therefore, I can say is that Imogen Thomas has been the center of a scandal involving super-order when she married a footballer successfully applied to the Supreme Court to prevent the details of one that would have had to deal with it being made public. And I can also say is that after weeks of speculation on Twitter and elsewhere, John Hemming MP used parliamentary privilege to name the footballer Ryan Giggs as a common debate.
Can the name of a football player? Imogen can? When I met if the case had led to a quasi-constitutional crisis in the power of the courts simply overwhelmed by the large number of switches injunction, Thomas still can not say the words "Ryan" and "Giggs" in any type of punishment.
While it may be subject to change. Since last Thursday, was claimed in the High Court. Proof that counsel for the footballer had used against her, and to petition successfully for the office, convinced the judge that she may have tried to sing, from 50 pounds to 100,000. This week, Mr. Justice Eady was told that the player is now accepted that there was no basis for a charge of blackmail.
and the judge also raised the question of whether "there is no point to remain anonymous." No decision has yet been done, but watch this space.
For Thomas, it's obvious relief. "It was frustrating for me because I never wanted to talk about what happened. And even now. I do not want. This is not my interest. But it is difficult for me because I was accused of things and I know the truth and not I may say so. "
It is in many ways an unlikely champion of freedom of expression. A former beauty queen, ex
"I was not used to seeing pictures of me every day in the newspaper, and you begin to hate because you do not like the way you look. And there were times when I turned to alcohol and antidepressants. I do not care that the press will write next. "