LONDON – News Of The World, which has already gone belly up and of which several former top ranking officials are presently facing legal justice for ‘illegal tempering’, has admitted to eavesdropping conversations by Kate Middleton.
The public prosecutor in the case stated on Thursday that Kate’s cellphone was hacked, allowing New Of The World staff to listen in on conversations she had with her husband William.
The tabloid was involved with tapping messages from Kate’s voice mail in 2006, which included William “being sweet” to Kate or the Prince talking about his day at the military academy in Sandhurst.
News Of The World, which shut down in 2011, admitted to having intercepted messages by William in which he called Kate “babykins” and promised her a ‘naughty’ message later in the day. The tabloid said it also intercepted a message where William talked about his day at the military, how he got lost and ended up smack-dab in the middle of a military exercise.
“It was embarrassing,” William reportedly said because they “almost shot me with blanks”.
Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks, two former Chief Executives of World Of The News, are standing trial in London since October 28, together with six other tabloid employees, for telephone eavesdropping practices.
The paper, which was owned by Rupert Murdoch, is accused of having spied on hundreds of people beginning early 2000.
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