Meghan Markle continues the war against the British tabloids

11.20.2019     /     News author: Alexandra

Meghan Markle continues the war against the British tabloids
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The war of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle continues against the British tabloids. Last October during their official trip to Africa with their son Archie, the Dukes of Sussex announced legal action against The Mail on Sunday and their parent company, Associated Newspapers, for giving "false information" about them to harm them. Now their lawyers they presented the documentation to the United Kingdom Justice.

The case is being funded by the Duke and Duchess in private. In the case of receiving compensation, it will be delivered to an anti-bullying charity.

According to local media, Meghan's legal team presented their claims before the High Court in London on November 11. These legal documents detail the specific points of the lawsuit against the publisher, in which Mail On Sunday is accused of printing "false" stories in an attempt to portray Meghan "negatively."

In a statement released in October, Prince Harry wrote that his wife and mother of his son has become "one of the last victims of a British sensationalist press", which has launched a "ruthless campaign" against she.

"The content of a private letter was illegally published in an intentionally destructive way to manipulate the reader," said the Duke of Sussex. "There comes a point where all you have to do is confront this behavior, because it destroys people and destroys lives. ”Then he wrote that he feared that“ history would be repeated, ”referring to how his late mother, Princess Diana, was treated by the press.

“Unfortunately, my wife has become one of the last victims of a British sensational press that campaigns against people without thinking about the consequences: a ruthless campaign that has intensified over the past year, throughout the pregnancy and while raising our newborn son, ”said the 35-year-old prince in the statement. "This relentless propaganda has a human cost, specifically when it is deliberately false and malicious, and although we have moved on, I cannot begin to describe how painful it has been."

In his presentation, the former American actress wants to end several rumors about her, but mainly revolves around three axes: the relationship with her father, the million-dollar reforms at Frogmore Cottage and about the controversial baby shower in New York.

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