Because of a message .. Megan Markle may face her father in court

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Megan Markle, 38, newspaper "Mail on Sunday" And the company that owns it "Associated NewsPapers" For spreading a letter she wrote to her father Thomas Markle In August 2018.

Markle, 75, provided the lawyers with text messages sent as part of Megan’s wedding to Prince Harry, which reveals the breakdown of the relationship between the father and daughter.

The civil lawsuit includes charges against the newspaper for violating copyright laws, misusing private information, and violating the data protection law in United kingdom Spread the message, according to what you mentioned "The Associated Press

According to the documents submitted to the Supreme Court, a newspaper is intended "Mail on Sunday" Relying on evidence from Thomas Markle, he states that "He had every right to tell what had happened between him and his daughter, including the contents of the letter".

The documents, prepared by the newspaper’s lawyers, also allege that individuals the Royal family in a Britain "They rely on advertising for themselves and their lives in order to maintain the distinct positions they occupy and to promote themselves".

The newspaper also claims that the message was in response to an article in a magazine "People" In February 2019 includes an interview with 5 of "close friends" From the duchess and the unknown, they referred to the letter, meaning that it was available.

The documents appeared this week amid a storm of interest that followed Megan’s decisionPrince Harry Issuing a statement declaring their desire to give up their royal roles, financial independence, and divide their time between Britain and Canada.

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The Duchess of Sussex is suing Megan MarkleThe 38-year-old newspaper “Mail on Sunday” and her company, Associated NewsPapers, published a letter she wrote to her father. Thomas Markle In August 2018.

Markle, 75, provided the lawyers with text messages sent as part of Megan’s wedding to Prince Harry, which reveals the breakdown of the relationship between the father and daughter.

The civil lawsuit includes charges against the newspaper for violating copyright laws, misusing private information, and violating the data protection law in United kingdom To spread the message, according to what the Associated Press reported

According to the documents submitted to the Supreme Court, the newspaper “Mail on Sunday Relying on evidence from Thomas Markle, he states that “he had every right to tell what happened between him and his daughter, including the contents of the letter.”

The documents, prepared by the newspaper’s lawyers, also allege that individuals the Royal family in a Britain “They depend on advertising for themselves and their lives in order to maintain the distinguished positions they occupy and to promote themselves.”

The newspaper also claims that the message came in response to an article in the People magazine in February 2019 that includes an interview with 5 of the “close friends” of the duchess and unknown, who referred to the message, which means that it was available.

The documents surfaced this week amid a storm of interest that followed Megan’s decisionPrince Harry Issuing a statement declaring their desire to give up their royal roles, financial independence, and divide their time between Britain and Canada.



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