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It would be more likely that a national tabloid would face an invasion of privacy lawsuit than a private citizen.
Modern invasion of privacy laws essentially protect people in four different ways: intrusion of solitude, public disclosure of private facts, false light, and appropriation.
The media is protected by the First Amendment right to free speech, as long as the published or broadcast material does not violate personal privacy and is either verifiable as true or presented as an opinion, clearly not a statement of fact.
This condition is why many such lawsuits do not prevail in court.
The defendant can always claim the information was presented as a hypothetical or speculative piece, and not obtained through any invasion of privacy.