The Mail on Sunday responded to the court slap against Meghan Markle. However, there is not much in common between a statement and an apology.
The basics in brief
- Meghan Markle, 40, has filed a lawsuit against the editor of The Mail on Sunday in court.
- She printed extracts from a letter to her father, Thomas Markle (77).
- Now Megan was right in court and the newspaper’s editor-in-chief has apologized.
At the beginning of December, Duchess Meghan (40 years old) emerged as the winner of a legal dispute. It is leading this against the publisher of “The Mail On Sunday”, Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL). The British tabloid has now published the court-ordered apology on its website. However, the article titled “The Duchess of Sussex” is an obligatory one.
In three paragraphs, the article describes only the final judgment of the court. After several hearings, the judge agreed with the plaintiff. Namely, the fact that Mail on Sunday committed copyright infringement by “posting excerpts of a handwritten letter.”
“A game without rules”
Meghan Markle actually won her case earlier this year. At that time the Supreme Court ruled in their favour. However, ANL appealed. She argued the case because of Megan’s allegations Tennis Court You must negotiate.
The Court of Appeal also sided with Mr.’s wife at the beginning of December Prince Harry (37). The content of the letter is “personal and private. Not in the justified public interest,” according to what the media reported in the three judges’ justification.
Meghan Markle demands changes from newspapers
Meghan Markle said in a statement Reports According to, among others: “This is a victory not only for me but for absolutely everyone worry He had to stand up for what was right.” She also called for changes to be made in the newspapers. From day one, be that to them Legal action Right versus wrong scale.
The other side treated them like a ‘game without rules’. “It could be you tomorrow,” said the 40-year-old. These “harmful practices” are the daily routine, “and we all deserve better.”
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