Coleen Nolan accepts ‘significant damages’ over Loose Women’s ‘toxic workplace’ story

Permissive women Star Coleen Nolan has accepted “substantial” defamation damages over a newspaper story that claimed her role on the popular ITV daytime show led to a toxic work environment.

The former singer, who rose to fame as a member of Irish girl group The Nolans, has threatened a lawsuit over an article published in Associated Newspapers The Post on Sunday with the caption: “Loose Women at War as Stars refuse to work with Coleen Nolan.”

A press statement said the story, published in January this year, “falsely reported that Coleen’s colleagues (Stacey Solomon, Nadia Sawalha and Carol McGiffin) refused to work with her, accusing her of being ‘high and powerful behind the scenes’ to be. “.

The 57-year-old’s lawyer, Jane Ashford-Thom of Taylor Hampton, said: “The story was false and should never have been published.

“Ms. Nolan has good and professional relationships with all panelists and members of the production team at Permissive women.”

She added, “As a result, Associated Newspapers have agreed to pay significant damages and their attorneys’ fees.”

Nolan said in a statement: “I am pleased to have reached an agreement and consider the matter closed. I just want to draw a line under it and move on.”

The Independent contacted a representative at The Post on Sunday for comment.

Permissive women airs weekdays between 12:30pm and 1:30pm on ITV1. Coleen Nolan accepts ‘significant damages’ over Loose Women’s ‘toxic workplace’ story


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