There have been serious allegations against Duchess Meghan (40). In March, several palace officials alleged that the Duchess of Sussex had bullied them.
And in the BBC documentary Princes and the Press, The Times’ royal correspondent, Valentin Law, who made the allegations of bullying public at the time, revealed that those affected cried while writing their story. They were still very psychologically distressed. So something really went wrong,” Lu says.
Lawyer defends Duchess Meghan
On the same programme, Megan’s lawyer Jenny had an opinion and vehemently denied the allegations of bullying. “There were critical errors in this story,” claims attorney Schillings. However, it is difficult to prove otherwise. She adds, “If you haven’t bullied anyone, how can you prove that you didn’t bully them?” When asked if Meghan was a bully, she replied, “No way.”
In addition, she believes that one must first be clear about what bullying actually means. “Bullying means that you abuse your power to repeatedly and intentionally physically or mentally harm someone,” Afia explains. This does not apply to Meghan: “The Duchess of Sussex has strongly denied this, but does not want to deny anyone’s personal experiences.”
Cruelty and emotional manipulation
A former employee accused Meghan of insulting her. Another former employee said the situation with Meghan “looked more like emotional cruelty and manipulation, which can also be described as bullying”.
The then-couples’ communications assistant, Jason Knauf, reported this behavior according to The Times in October 2018. “I am deeply concerned that the Duchess was able to bully two family aides last year. The HR department’s complaint at the time said that employee X’s treatment was totally unacceptable. (BSN)
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