Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, apologizes for misleading British courts

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The Sussex couple has repeatedly denied cooperating with Omid Scoby and Caroline Durand in their book “Finding Freedom,” but Meghan apologized in a witness statement made public on Wednesday after a former assistant. Tell the court that he did provide information to the author.

The Duchess’ apology was part of a lawsuit she filed against United Press Limited (ANL), the publisher of the Sunday Mail, which reprinted a personal letter she sent to her father Thomas Markle in August 2018. Part of the content of the letter.

In February, Megan won a privacy claim against publisher ANL. The judge ruled that “disclosure is obviously excessive and therefore illegal” and that “it is impossible to make a different judgment after trial”.

However, according to PA reports, ANL challenged the ruling and stated that a trial should be held.

In his own witness statement, Meghan and Harry’s former communications secretary, Jason Knauf, stated that the book was “discussed on a routine basis” and “repeatedly communicated directly with the Duke in person and via email. Mrs. Discuss”, according to PA.

Knauf said Meghan provided a few key points to share with the author at a potential meeting, and he also discussed these issues with Harry via email.

The former aide said Harry told him: “I totally agree that we must be able to say that we have nothing to do with it,” PA reported in an email. “Similarly, you provide them with the correct background and background will help understand some of the truth.”

In her own witness statement, Megan apologized for misleading the court regarding Knauf’s contact with Scoby and Durand.

    Court documents show that Prince Harry begged Thomas Markle not to talk to the media before the wedding

“I admit that Mr. Knauf did provide some information for the author of this book, and he did so with my knowledge. He planned to meet with the author as a communications secretary. The scope of the information he shared was I don’t know,” she said, according to PA.

“When I approved the paragraph…I didn’t see the benefits of these emails, and I apologized to the court because I didn’t remember these exchanges at the time. I definitely don’t want or intentionally mislead the defendant or the court.”

Megan also said that at the time of her previous statement, she did not know the e-mail between her and Knauf, because the lawsuit has not yet entered the disclosure stage, and her lawyer requested an adjournment due to pregnancy.

Megan said: “I was in the first three months of my third pregnancy. I had a miscarriage a few months ago and felt very uncomfortable.”


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