The National Enquirer is the US publication of legend. Known for its high level of sensationalism and dubious veracity, The National Enquirer has nevertheless broken some very significant stories; notably the OJ Simpson case as well as news of Jesse James’ illegitimate child, and also solved the murder of Ennis Cosby, in recent years almost managing to replace its "Elvis is alive on the moon" stories with more appropriate articles.
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It’s lucky the American libel laws are slightly more relaxed than they are here. You have to prove actual malice of intent in printing a story for the plaintiff to win. This means that, while many libel lawsuits have been brought against The National Enquirer, few have been won. But if you try to access the website from the UK, you’ll find that our libel laws have sadly closed the site off from our peeping, curious eyes, for the foreseeable future.
Basically, they posted a story on the website claiming to have caught Cameron Diaz playing away from home. She wasn’t, but because this website was accessible from the UK, the story posted on there was deemed to have been published in the UK, which meant UK libel laws applied, which got the whole thing blocked from our eyes. Sad for me – I wanted to see what all the fuss was about.
If you want to see what all the fuss is about, read some shocking gossip, get the latest in the lurid lives of your favourite celebrities, true or false, The National Enquirer certainly provides you with a talking point with your friends, and you might just catch another extraordinary story that changes the world – like the OJ Simpson scoop. Subscribe and make sure you don’t miss it.