Danish editor jailed in nation’s ‘largest ever media scandal’

The Local (DK) reports:

A Danish court on Thursday jailed two men, one of them the former editor of a celebrity magazine, for buying and selling details of stars’ credit card transactions.

Former Se og Hør editor Henrik Qvortup was handed a 15-month jail term, one year of which would be a suspended sentence if he performed 200 hours of community service, for masterminding the illegal monitoring of credit cards belonging to Danish royals and celebrities.

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