May 7, 2014
On April 7th Peaches Geldof, the daughter of Sir Bob Geldof, was found dead in her home. Later, a toxicology report showed that heroin may have played a role in her death. Since then, she has barely been out of the news, her whole life has been dissected for all to see and her family's grief has been publicly reported on. We often defend the right for the press to report on tragedies that involve drugs as it can educate others and help prevent people from taking the drug in the future. However, at what point do they cross the line?