Shamed Sun editor Rebekah Wade today downplayed reports of an alleged assault on her husband, East Enders star Ross Kemp, but admitted a row had 'got out of hand'.
Only at the bottom of page one did it refer to the incident involving its editor stating "And his bruv's had a bit of bother too".
Angela Bostock, 29, was cautioned yesterday following the incident with Steve Mc Fadden outside her home in Haringey, north London.
It is understood Mc Fadden arrived at his former lover's home yesterday morning to clear out personal belongings from the garage.
Bostock, who is the mother of the actor's two children, is alleged to have rushed out of her home and hit him across the face - striking him under an eye.
She was arrested, held for six hours and later cautioned after the star decided not to press charges.
Answering the door of her home last night, the 29-year-old said: "I'm Angela Bostock, what did you expect - a muscly beast?
"Asked about the alleged incident, she added: "I have not got anything to say."A Scotland Yard spokesman said yesterday: "At 9.35 this morning officers attended an address in Haringey regarding an alleged assault."A woman was arrested outside of her home address for allegedly assaulting a man.
She was cautioned."Back to the day job The Sun said that following Wade's release, she returned to offices in Wapping, east London, to "mastermind" production of the title's Friday editions.
Wade did not add to her comments as she arrived at her home in a black chauffeur-driven BMW at around 10.30pm.
Wade, The Sun's first female editor, wearing a cream-coloured floral Chinese-style dress, smiled at waiting reporters and said only: "Hi guys."Wade and Blunkett Wade was arrested following a night out commiserating with departed Cabinet minister David Blunkett.
The editor was with the politician, who resigned on Wednesday as Work and Pensions Secretary, before returning home to Battersea.