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The cameraman at the centre of the so-called Teapot Tapes controversy is suing the prime minister. Bradley Ambrose was investigated by the police after he covered an event before the 2011 general election at which John Key met ACT leader John Banks.
Schoolgirl Molly Ambrose got as close as 200ft from lava explosions on the active Mount Yassur volcano in Vanuatu to become one of the world's youngest volcano chasers She climbed the 1,100ft-high volcano in the Pacific with her father Bradley
Sunday May 6, 2012 The Attorney-General has ditched plans to demand nearly $14,000 in court costs from freelance photographer Bradley Ambrose over the long-running "teapot tape" saga. Ambrose was embroiled in controversy and faced criminal
Sunday Apr 1, 2012 The announcement that police would not charge freelance cameraman Bradley Ambrose over the so-called "teapot tapes" affair should have been both a victory for the man himself and an end of the matter.
Bradley Ambrose left his radio microphone on a table in the Auckland cafe where Prime Minister John Key met ACT MP John Banks during last November's election campaign. They didn't know it was there and it caused a furore when Mr Ambrose gave the