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Page 3 girl Keeley Hazell was reduced to a "sobbing wreck" after an explicit sex video of her and a former boyfriend escaped onto the internet, The Sun reports.

Hazell, 20, yesterday "obtained an injunction on grounds of privacy preventing any further publication or promotion of the video".

This proved too late to stop publication of stills from the film in a "downmarket" Sunday newspaper. Hazell told The Sun: "I was in bed on Sunday morning when Page 3 girl Nicola T rang. She informed me stills from a personal video I had made with an ex-boyfriend were in a downmarket newspaper. I got straight up and went out and bought it. I just burst into tears when I saw the images staring back at me."

Hazell explained: "We had taken a video camera on holiday with us to Tenerife last summer. We were both feeling relaxed after a couple of drinks and it just happened. I have turned down offers to do Playboy covers because there were certain things I simply didn't want others to see. Now I feel I have no dignity left." ®

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