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National Enquirer says 'sorry' to Ashley

Oct. 27, 2005 at 4:33 PM   |   Comments

BOCA RATON, Fla., Oct. 27 (UPI) -- The National Enquirer has published an apology for its front page headline stating Ashley Olsen was linked to a drug scandal.

Editors of the U.S. tabloid said they did not intend to suggest the teen mogul was involved in the drug scandal involving her ex-boyfriend Scott Sartiano, the World Entertainment News Network reported Thursday. The Enquirer ran a headline "Ashley Olsen Caught in a Drug Scandal."

In the latest issue of the supermarket tabloid, Enquirer editors write:

"The article concerned certain legal proceedings involving Scott Sartiano and did not in any way accuse Ms. Olsen of being involved in those proceedings or of being involved in any drug scandal or any association with any type of illegal drugs.

"The National Enquirer wants to make clear to its readers that, by its cover and headlines, it did not intend to accuse Ms. Olsen of being involved in any drug scandal."

Topics: Ashley Olsen
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