Transcript for Charlotte Church Joins Fight Against Tabloids
You'll remember Charlotte Church the little girl with the voice as clear as -- steeple bell what she's returned to the spotlight tonight growing up and growing into. A kind of avenger. ABC's Cali Colombia has the story from London. All we do. -- She was known as the voice of an Angel that big sound from such a small girl turned thirteen year old Charlotte Church into a star. But it also turned her into a target of Britain's relentless tabloid press. And when she was asked to sing for media tycoon Rupert Murdoch and his wedding she says she was given a strange choice. She could sing for her usual -- Or for the favor a positive -- from Murdoch's newspapers. I remember it being -- even thinking. You -- -- -- would anybody take a favor. Over and hasn't pylons that being advised by management I'm body sitting members of the company. And to take the last option that he wasn't quite right powerful man. Murdoch's news international denies the deal the church says she waved her feet and saying yes. Because it's what Murdoch wants. Then she says the tabloids broke their promise. Over the years her phones were hacked camera planted outside her home a former boyfriend paid for details of their sex life. The tabloids are British institution but the feeling here is that after all the revelations about phone hacking and paying for stories. The politicians will be forced to pass laws that changed the way they do business K. A business church says damaged her career before it can truly take off. Kelly -- BA and ABC news London.
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