Jemima Khan denies Clarkson super injunction
Jemima Khan has furiously denied that she is the subject of a super injunction taken out by Top Gear presenter Jeremy Clarkson.
An account was set up on social media site Twitter that claimed to name a series of celebrities that have taken out the controversial gagging orders, but not all the allegations appear to be true.
Jemima Khan was quick to jump on the speculation soon after it published on Sunday night, saying: "OMG- Rumour that I have a super injunction preventing publication of "intimate" photos of me and Jeremy Clarkson. NOT TRUE!"
She then continued by saying: "I have no super injunction and I had dinner with Jeremy and his wife last night. Twitter, Stop!"
Jemima added to her denial on Monday morning by saying: "Got a nice text from Francie Clarkson and also one from Jeremy, 'It's odd. I'm sure I'd remember if any photos of us existed.'"
Clarkson has been subject to several allegations recently, with a tabloid newspaper claiming last month that he had a long-term affair with a colleague.
The Twitter account also posted five other stories it claimed were being covered up as a result of super injunctions, including allegations about a Premiership footballer and a well-known actor.