Comedian Jimmy Carr has told the Leveson Inquiry that a hacked phone was the only explanation for the media finding out he was a horrible little shit.
"I became paranoid and began to accuse members of my family of selling them leaks," said the 8 out of 10 Cats star. "The jokes about Down's dyndrome, car crashes and the Holocaust were all said in the confidentiality of my live sell-out shows or on Twitter. To wake up and see them splashed all over the front pages was a terrible violation.
"Do you know how it feels to be called 'sick' when you've done nothing more than make fun of soldier amputees in front of a 3,600 crowd in the privacy of the Hammersmith Apollo?"
Bank robber Jaycee Thibeau is suing the policeman who shot him and forced him to listen to a personally written monologue inspired by the Dirty Harry films.
Thibeau (pictured) freely admits to stealing $95,000 from the CitySaver Bank in San Francisco on Saturday but says the Clint Eastwoodesque script he was subjected to by vice cop Sully Friedman “stamped all over my human rights 'n' shit”.
Welcome to the last part of TDN editor Trevor Johnson's blog about his and his girlfriend's five-week road trip from Washington DC to San Francisco, which took place earlier this year. As our episode begins, they've just rocked up in Napa Valley, California... (Click to read part one,part two, part three and part four)
A 27-year-old traffic warden should write to Ricky Gervais offering his services as a writer because he is just as good, his mother has said.
The script that Paul Samson wrote 12 years earlier for a high school pantomime was easily as funny as Gervais’ new series Life is Short, Catherine Samson said when her son came round for dinner last night.
Welcome to part 4/5 of TDN editor Trevor Johnson's blog about his and his girlfriend's five-week road trip from Washington DC to San Francisco, which took place earlier this year. This week's instalment opens as they wake up for their first day in Last Vegas... (Click to read part one, part two and part three)
Welcome to part two of our first ever Abandoned Blog Awards (the ABABLOs), which we hope to make as glittering a night in the awards firmament as the Oscars, the Emmy, the MOBOs and the UK Farming Machinery Awards.