It seems the PR adviser took exception to some childish name-calling by the newspaper and wanted a massive amount of compensation. Boo-hoo.
You can read all about her case here. To save you the bother of reading the gleeful Daily Mail’s slant on the story I’ll sum it up for you. She failed and has been landed with a bill for £250,000.
Lesson for PR consultants? Don’t try and sue the Daily Mail…it’ll only bite you in the ass.