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JK Rowling sues Daily Mail for libel over 'single mother' article

Posted at 5:45PM Friday 31 Jan 2014

The Daily Mail has taken down a story from its website about the author JK Rowling after she sued the paper for libel.

Rowling says the online article, headlined "How JK Rowling's sob story about her past as a single mother has left the churchgoers who cared for her upset and bewildered", misrepresented her comments.

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