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Meghan Markle apologizes to court for misleading her

Meghan Markle apologizes to court for misleading her

Until now, Meghan Markle has always emphasized that she has nothing to do with the book “In Search of Freedom”. Now she is rowing.

The basics in brief

  • Meghan Markle wrestles with a British newspaper in court.
  • But the book “In Search of Freedom” is also discussed.
  • Apparently, contrary to what was previously said, the Duchess is said to have provided information.

In the appeal process between Meghan Markle (40) and the British newspaper “Mail on Sunday”, pressure on the Duchess has increased.

wife Prince Harry (37) Apologize in court “misleading” information to book about it. This was reported by British media on Thursday.

Contrary to what was previously stated, she was aware that a former employee had provided the book’s authors with information. The man previously testified that he had been in contact with the Sussex regarding information on the authors.

The appeal process is actually about a ruling from February. At the time, the London High Court ruled that the “Mail on Sunday” publisher infringed on Meghan’s personal and copyright rights. reason? The newspaper contained extracts from a handwritten letter from the Duchess to her letter the father Posted.

Meghan Markle: “I forgot”

It was only on Wednesday that Meghan claimed she had her paycheck the father With the help of resignation letter For more media interviews want to bring. This is to put pressure on the royal family Prince Harry (37) decrease. However, the publisher is of the opinion that Meghan did indeed consider unsolicited publication of the letter when it was written.

The former actress has now announced Its former press spokesperson I passed some information on to the book’s authors with their knowledge.

At the same time, she confirmed, “I don’t know how much information he shared.” “It is clear that I had neither the desire nor the intent to mislead the accused or the court.” You just “forgot”, Megan protests.

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The appeal hearing must end on Thursday. It was not initially clear when the decision could be expected.

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