JK Rowling at the Media Ethics Enquiry.
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Rowling: My daughter's schoolbag was opened by journalists

JK Rowling has spoken of her dismay on finding a note left by a journalist inside her daughter's schoolbag.

The Harry Potter author told the Leveson Inquiry into media ethics that she felt "such a sense of invasion" on making the discovery.

She added that she had expected a school to be a place of complete security from journalists.

The Leveson inquiry, which is taking place at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, also heard from famous figures Sienna Miller and Max Mosley.

  • 24 Nov 2011
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