A British judge on Wednesday banned the broadcast of video footage showing model Elizabeth Jagger (search) engaging in "sexual activities" with her boyfriend in a nightclub.

Jagger, daughter of Rolling Stones (search) frontman Mick Jagger and Texan supermodel Jerry Hall (search), sought the injunction against John Darling, manager of Kabaret's Prophecy Nightclub in London.

High Court judge Rodger Bell ruled that Jagger, 20 and boyfriend Calum Best -- son of former soccer star George Best -- had a "legitimate expectation of privacy" when they engaged in sexual activities just inside the club's doors on Feb. 17. The couple were captured on a closed-circuit television camera that they had failed to notice.

"Although the claimant may be said to be guilty of misconduct in a most general sense, she was not in my view on the present information guilty of such moral turpitude as to prevent her seeking her remedy from the court," the judge said.

Bell barred the broadcast or publication of the footage or any still from it.