The judge added: 'The claim arises from events at Mr Holyoake's home in Ibiza in the summer of 2010.
On 12 June the Candys, the Holyoakes, and two companions had been out for the evening in town.
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That dispute has generated a claim by Mr Holyoake against Mr Candy and others for damages of over £130m.'He said that claim was being heard by another judge Mr Justice Nugee.
In the action before him, the judge said: 'Mr Candy claims remedies for what he alleges are completed or threatened wrongs in the form of breach of confidence, misuse of private information and breach of the Data Protection Act.