Yes, in this particular situation I'm the ambassador of a children's charity for terminally and seriously ill children and I was at their annual fundraising ball where many of the children were and many people who were donating money, raising money, et cetera, and there was a very sick child that I was playing with in a corner of the room who was pretending to shoot me and I was pretending to die, which was -- you know, we were playing a game. And somebody took a photograph and the Mirror cut the boy out of the photograph and said that I was drunk. And obviously, looking at these photographs, they look -- you know, it's almost amusing. It looks awful. It looks shocking. And they were aware at the time of the situation, the real situation that I was in.
And so I complained, I sued, I won, they printed an apology that was miniscule and sort of irrelevant a few days later, but by that point the damage is done. If anybody in my line of work sees this photograph and hears that I was behaving as they suggested at a charity event, it's just detrimental to my career, to my reputation, and I think this is sort of the problem. You know, the fact that they knew that they would be sued and have to pay damages was really not enough of a deterrent in certain situations within the media. You know, this was --