Fair enough, seems it doesn't apply to the actress. Somebody had to have whispered to the newspaper for it to contact the theatre's ED. Something not considered worthy of a formal complaint then developed into a full-blown assassination attempt.
She voiced her issues off the record and said she didn't want to make a formal complaint.
Yes, the newspaper acted out of malice (as was found against Fairfax with Chris Gayle). By their own admission, they were riding the coattails of the #metoo movement that was knocking down various male celebrities.
No Geoffrey, these are not significant issues for the average person out there. They are for the elitist left of which you are a member of - but everybody else is too busy trying to make ends meet at the moment.
Every time this bloke speaks on national matters for the next 12 months will just be another nail in the coffin for Labor.
Not only The Daily Telegraph, but the likes of Andrew Blot and the confirmed bachelor could well take note of the importance of journalistic rigour. Then again, one is a pseudo journalist and the other a third rate entertainer, so poorly researched, error ridden material coloured by personal attacks is what we've come to expect.