Meghan Markle begins lawsuit against British newspaper             

Meghan Markle, wife of British Prince Harry

Meghan Markle, wife of British Prince Harry

London … News Time

The lawsuit filed by Meghan Markle, the wife of the late British Prince Harry, has begun. The Duchess of Sussex and former actress Meghan Markle, 33, filed a lawsuit in October 2019 against the Daily Mail’s website Mail on the Sunday. Meghan Markle had filed a lawsuit against the newspaper for misrepresenting an old letter written to her father. Meghan Markle had filed a lawsuit against The Mail on Sunday alleging that the letter published by the website was fake and that the letter was not a letter written by her to her father.

According to Reuters, Meghan Markle had filed a lawsuit against the British newspaper for misrepresenting her father’s letter, while Prince Harry also expressed anger over the misrepresentation of the letter sent to the father by his wife. The letter, published by Mail on Sunday, was originally written by Meghan Markle to her father in 2018, and the website published the letter by distorting the text and twisting the sentences back and forth. In October 2019, Meghan Markle filed a lawsuit against the Daily Mail and its subsidiary Mail on Sunday under the UK’s Data Protection Act 2018 for misrepresenting a letter addressed to her father. Prince Harry later sued two other leading British newspapers, The Mirror and The Sun, in a 2011 phone hacking case, but his trial has not yet begun. The Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday initially denied the allegations against Meghan Markle, after which the trial of the two began on April 24.

According to the Associated Press (AP), the case filed by Meghan Markle against the British newspaper was heard in the London High Court on April 24 in which the lawyers of Meghan Markle, including the lawyers of the British newspaper, gave arguments. During the hearing, Meghan Markle’s lawyer told the court that the website misrepresented a personal letter written by a daughter to her father to the world. Meghan Markle’s lawyer also accused the newspaper of threatening to draw and interviewing Meghan Markle’s father and then distorting and misrepresenting his interview. However, during the hearing, the newspaper’s lawyer denied the allegations of Meghan Markle’s lawyer and said that Meghan Markle wants to bring the dispute between her and her family into the news by accusing the newspaper.

The newspaper’s lawyer called the allegations made by Meghan Markle false and also made other serious allegations against her. The trial is set to begin on Friday, with no formal trial date set for the trial. However, it is expected that the trial date for Meghan Markle and the British newspaper will be announced in a few weeks. The preliminary hearing in the lawsuit filed by Meghan Markle comes a week after she and her husband announced a boycott of the British media houses Daily Mail, The Sun, The Mirror and The Express. According to the royal couple, they will no longer provide any information to the four British broadcasters, nor will they explain or deny them at the request of any of the four broadcasters.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle formally relinquished their royal positions in early March, announcing their resignation in January 2020. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle initially moved to Canada after leaving the monarchy, but later moved to the United States.


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