Teri doesn't mind if the whole world knows she is not having sex. Like her TV character she is very unlucky in love. However, she certainly did not want anyone thinking she was getting busy in a van outside her home which is what a bunch of British tabloids reported. She sued and today The Sun admitted they were wrong. Here's more:
The Sun now admits the article was "totally incorrect" and regrets "the embarrassment caused" to the Desperate Housewives star, reports the Associated Press.
Hatcher's London-based legal firm, Schillings, said the Sun had agreed to pay undisclosed damages as well as Hatcher's court costs. It also said the celebrity magazine Heat agreed to apologize for printing the same allegations in August.