The newspaper famous for its undercover operations have been the victim of a sting.The
was misled into believing that a footballer had sent sexually explicit text messages to a "mystery woman ".
Under the headline "Ex-Celtic keeper glove is a real rat," the newspaper said he had cheated on his pregnant girlfriend by sending her "X-rated explicit messages" and " pictures sleazy. "
story was published on the Polish international player
Artur Boruc , edition of Scotland in July last year.
The story was totally false. Boruc sue for libel and the case was scheduled to go to trial.
But the Court of Session in Edinburgh on Friday told the newspaper now accepted that it was in the wrong.
had therefore been agreed in an out of court, to apologize for Boruc and pay £ 70 000, which is considered an unprecedented amount in a defamation case in Scotland. The document will also pay all legal costs.
Under the new as a lawyer in the world,
Roddy Dunlop QC , the document had been "duped by a very complex man."
The court heard that the man, identified as
, posed as a financial advisor and Boruc has developed a network of development lies, with many interrelated chapters seemed to corroborate the story.Dunlop told the court that the accused ( News Group
Boruc told the court that the charges against his client was "extremely worrying". He said the players' fault that the unmasked faces pilloried by rival fans. "
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