Court rules that entertainer should receive more than nominal payment for wrongful arrest over death of man found in his pool

Entertainer Michael Barrymore is entitled to more than nominal damages from Essex police over a wrongful arrest which he says destroyed his career, a high court judge has ruled.

Mr Justice Stuart-Smith, sitting in London on Friday, ruled against the force, which had argued that the star should only receive a nominal payout.

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