Being in the public eye is one thing. Losing any sense of privacy is quite another.
Hugh Grant took the stand in Britain's high profile Leveson Inquiry today, testifying in court about the alleged hacking, spying and other gross violations of privacy perpetrated against him not just by the shuttered-in-shame News of the World, but several other tabloids, including, notably, the non-Rupert Murdoch-owned Mail on Sunday.
He wasted no time in his two and a half hours on the stand in detailing what he perceived as the horrendous violations against him, and his testimony—and evidence—was thoroughly damning. So what'd he accuse the press of this time?