LONDON (AP) -- Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones have won a favorable court ruling stemming from the unauthorized publication of photos from their wedding.
The Court of Appeal released a ruling that affirms the Hollywood stars' right to privacy, which they could assert if they sue a British celebrity magazine.
Lord Justice Sedley said Thursday that Douglas and Zeta-Jones had "a powerfully arguable case" on the privacy issue.
Douglas and Zeta-Jones had signed a $1.5 million deal with OK! magazine for exclusive photos of their lavish Nov. 18 wedding at The Plaza hotel in New York City.
But rival magazine Hello! beat OK! by three days with its own wedding photographs.
The couple then won an injunction at London's High Court that stopped distribution of the Hello! issue, but the Court of Appeal later overturned it.
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