Doubting Thomas

Superinjunction-gate rumbled on yesterday, with the fallout affecting numerous famous types, including Alex Ferguson, who has apparently banned journalists who dare to bring up the name 'Ryan Giggs' from attending his press conferences. And Imogen Thomas has spoken about the affect that the superinjunction has had on her health - probably exhaustion from all those trips to the 'This Morning' studios...

Imogen's spokesman Max Clifford has spoken to the press about the possibility of Thomas flogging her story. Max told The Daily Mail, 'I will see what she wants to do but, because of the previous conversations, I know that she never had any intention of selling her story. She came to me because she wanted to make sure the story didn't come out, and I told her 'Phone Ryan Giggs and warn him that The Sun are looking into this, and knocking on your door, because if you don't talk, and Ryan Giggs doesn't talk, no one will know'.

Clifford continued, 'And that's the irony of it - if Ryan Giggs hadn't taken out a super-injunction, probably we wouldn't know what had been going on. It's only because of that, and of course the fact that, in that super-injunction that he got to protect his privacy and that of his family, he named Imogen, that the whole thing started down that trail that led to it coming out in Parliament yesterday. If he hadn't taken out a super-injunction, no-one would probably have known about this relationship.'

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