Meghan Markle denies the false information that was published about her
11.22.2019 / News author: Alexandra
The Sussex war against the British tabloids continues. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry announced legal actions against the Associated Newspapers publishing house, owner of the Daily Mail and Mail On Sunday, during their trip to Africa after having published fragments of a letter from the Duchess addressed to her father and, according to them, “information false. " Now his lawyers have presented the pertinent documentation to justice, documents that shed light on the requirements of the dukes.
According to British media, Meghan's legal team presented their claims before the High Court of London on November 11. These legal documents detail the specific points of the lawsuit against the publisher, in which Mail On Sunday and its parent company are accused of printing "false" stories in an attempt to portray Meghan "negatively."
Meghan Markle wants to fight in the lawsuit against several rumors, but mainly they revolve around three axes, which are: about the relationship with her father, about the million-dollar reforms at Frogmore Cottage and about the controversial baby shower in New York.
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