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The tweets had earlier sent investors away from Tesla stock, which fell nearly 3 per cent on Monday.

Mr Unsworth, who was instrumental in the rescue of the 12 boys trapped in caves in Thailand, said yesterday he had been approached by British and American lawyers and would seek legal advice over the Twitter abuse.

However, she was ordered to move publicly and was left 'humiliated'.

The veteran popstar - who was previously given £400,000 by the police in an out-of-court settlement last year - was today awarded £210,000 damages, which is set to rise at a later date.

A teary Sir Cliff (left) hugged friends after the judge gave his decision and told reporters he was 'choked up', adding: 'I can't believe it.

Anna Searle, 62, was found strangled at home in Stowmarket, Suffolk on December 30, after she confronted Stephen Searle (together bottom left) about his affair with their son's girlfriend.

Mr Justice Green, sentencing Searle, 64, (top left) to a minimum of 14 years told him: 'Your actions have cause devastating waves of pain and anguish to crash through your entire family.' The judge said he took into account Searle's age and a recent prostate cancer diagnosis, telling him: 'You will spend a good part of the remainder of your life, and possibly all of it, in prison'.

Agnieszka Giza (pictured, left, and, right)was found dead at her home in Runcorn, Cheshire, after her businessman boyfriend told her girlfriends were not invited to a concert he and his friends were going to.

The mother stayed at home with her three-year-old (inset) and text Marek Goralczyk giving him an ultimatum to come home but his phone died before he read the text.

Sir Cliff took legal action against the BBC over the live broadcast of a South Yorkshire Police raid on his home in Sunningdale, Berkshire (right), in August 2014, following a child sex assault allegation.

Announcing his ruling today, High Court judge Mr Justice Mann said the BBC had infringed the star's privacy rights in a 'serious and sensationalist way'.

Kate Donovan, 29, originally from Australia but living in London, appeared in the Our Money series for i News exploring how the public spend and save their money.

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