May 9, 2011 by Post Team
British high society tweeted last night: “OMG-There’s a rumor that I have a super court order. NOT TRUE!”
? Only a minute later added a second, saying: “I have no super warrant. Twitter, Enough”. Rumors of the injunction super Jemima began when unidentified individual messages from celebrities and super alleged injunctions Twitter site.
Another celebrity also named by the individual, married a Premiership footballer allegedly had an affair with former Big Brother contestant Imogen Thomas Welsh.
An actor says his wife is unfaithful with a prostitute, has also been named as having a super injuntion.
John Hemming MP said: “The system falls into disrepute when it is so easy to find the answer online.”
“The Internet is, however, unreliable and sometimes, people have been tainted by what they read on the websites main net, while it prevents printing the truth.”
He added: “The whole thing is becoming a bit silly. I think people who have taken precautionary measures have been done more damage to his reputation.”
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