And quickly denied, of course.
The identities of public figures who obtained draconian gagging orders to hide details of their extra-marital affairs and private lives was disclosed on Twitter.
A minute later she added: “I have no super injunction and I had dinner with Jeremy and his wife last night. Twitter, Stop!”
It claimed Miss Khan had taken out a super-injunction to prevent intimate pictures of her and Clarkson emerging. But Miss Khan vehemently denied that either the pictures or any injunction existed.
“OMG- Rumour that I have a super injunction preventing publication of “intimate” photos of me and Jeremy Clarkson. NOT TRUE!,” she Tweeted last night.
The weirdness of this law about superinjunctions is that while anyone can go read the Twitter page that makes the revelations, my reporting what the other ones are would almost certainly get me into big trouble.
For we\’re entirely free to spread rumours about who might, but in fact does not, have such super injunctions. We\’re just not allowed to tell the truth about who has them and why.
Which is why no one is mentioning the other super injunctions mentioned in the tweets. Or if they do mention them, only in code.