Tribute to Lord Lichfield. Professional Photographer to the rich, famous and beautiful. The above photograph isn't mine, I found it on Blue Sky Seminars website. The Queen was among the first to pay tribute to Lord Lichfield, saying she was "deeply saddened" at the news. Lord Lichfield was the Queen's first cousin once removed and was the official photographer at the wedding of the Prince of Wales to Diana. He was being treated in the stroke unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford after falling ill. The renowned photographer had been staying in the area with friends when he suffered a stroke. He died at GMT on Friday. A Buckingham Palace spokeswoman said: "It's a private matter. The Queen is deeply saddened and will be sending private condolences.
Jeremy Renner claims his ex-wife tried to humiliate him by sending naked pictures of him to a custody evaluator, new court documents state. Yesterday it emerged that Pacheco accused her former husband of threatening to kill her and putting a gun in his own mouth in a separate suicide threat when he was drunk and high on cocaine. The couple split in after less than a year of marriage and have shared custody of their young child, Ava. But Pacheco now says she should care for her full time, claiming her father's home is unsafe for her and that he is an unfit parent. Jeremy Renner left and his ex-wife Sonni Pacheco right are fighting over custody of their six-year-old daughter Ava.
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By Richard Spillett for MailOnline. Christopher Todd sent so-called 'revenge porn' to his ex-girlfriend's mother after the pair split up. He has now been given a suspended sentence. A young woman was left distraught after her ex-boyfriend sent naked 'revenge porn' pictures of her to her parents.
One after the other, each woman took her seat on the witness stand and recounted what was likely the most humiliating and frightening episode in their lives. What had been private moments, shared between a girlfriend and boyfriend or a husband and wife, suddenly become public two years ago when nude photos of the women showed up on a website called YouGotPosted. In many cases, other personal or identifying information was included in the posts: a hometown, a phone number, or even a home address. Many of the women said they learned about the online posts after they began receiving phone calls, emails or Facebook messages from strangers — mostly men — who saw the images and wrote lewd, threatening or even hateful comments online. While trying to study for finals, she said, she fell asleep with a can of pepper spray in her hand. Bollaert faces 36 charges including identity theft, extortion and conspiracy.