According to information from the Daily Mail, Meghan Markle is going on the offensive against the Mail on Sunday, with whom she is on trial. Accused of having collaborated in the book Finding Freedom, the duchess answered in the negative and denounced inaccurate or even invented passages.
Meghan Markle is bringing out the heavy artillery in the trial against the Mail on Sunday, a newspaper she claims to have published private information. While the newspaper asserts that Prince Harry’s wife is the first to reveal private things when it suits her, and the collaboration, which has always been denied, with Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand’s book Finding Freedom showed that she shared intimate information when it made her a heroine.
Little Archie’s mother did not hesitate to respond to these criticisms by tackling the shocking biography. According to court documents that the Daily Mail was able to consult, Jenny Afia, one of the Duchess’s representatives said that the authors of Finding Freedom relied on some inventions to write their book about the lives of Meghan and Harry. The lawyer reported the “inaccurate” and “harmless stories” in the book, showing that the woman now living in Los Angeles had not collaborated on the book.
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In the documents, Jenny Afia lists inaccurate or totally false things in the book by Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand. The safari stay in Meno A Kwena would be totally made up according to the advice. “Harry was alone,” she said. And to reveal that the description of Meghan and Harry’s first date was “very incorrect”. The lawyer also insisted that small, trivial details were made up into big stories. An amazing new strategy that can pay off?
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