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Meghan Markle in the face of justice: the revelation that could change everything


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In her lawsuit against Associated Newspapers Limited, Meghan Markle is now charged with partially “copying” the letter she wrote to her father, Thomas Markle, in August 2018.

Every day brings new revelations. In a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers Limited after the publication of excerpts from a private letter sent to her father in August 2018, Meghan Markle continues to amaze.

The woman who accuses the press group of violating data protection and copyright law was allegedly… helped to write her letter to Thomas Markle. That’s what court documents consulted by the Sun reveal. Indeed, elements of the file indicate that the letter would not be of his “own intellectual creation”. A fact that, if true, could change the course of the case.

While Meghan Markle has been granted a stay of proceedings, these new revelations could shatter the Duchess of Sussex’s defence. According to lawyers for Associated Newspapers Limited, the letter was “copied” from an electronic draft.

The Kensington Palace communications team “contributed to the drafting” of the letter. “It is up to the plaintiff to prove that it was the only person to have contributed to the writing of the electronic draft,” the defendants now demand.

Charges against Meghan Markle

All these elements contribute to strengthen the defense of the press group. The group also accuses Prince Harry’s wife of disclosing details of the letter to friends for praise in the media. If the documents continue to pile up on the judge’s table, the trial is not expected to conclude until the fall of 2021, as requested by Meghan Markle. A new twist that should continue to warm the spirits.

Photo credits: Backgrid USA / Bestimage / Vogue

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