Meghan Markle recants before a court of law and confesses that she did indirectly collaborate to make her biography “unauthorized”

Meghan Markle recants before a court of law and confesses that she did indirectly collaborate to make her biography “unauthorized”

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are still involved in controversy.

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The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, has had no choice but to rectify before a court of law and finally admit that both her husband, Prince Harry of England, and she did collaborate with the authors of the biographical book ‘Finding Freedom’ which is nothing more than the unauthorized biography, which was released on the market in August 2020, in certain tasks related to the “contextualization” of some of the most delicate episodes that are narrated in the play.

It all started a few months ago when the British newspaper Daily Mail appealed to justice to defend the full publication of a letter that the former actress had written to her father, Thomas Markle, asking him to stop talking to the press about her life. That publication, in the opinion of an ordinary court, constituted an obvious excess of her right to information by invading the most private sphere of the Duchess. When arguing its position, the newspaper argued that Meghan Markle had personally collaborated in the public display of her most intimate shot, precisely by collaborating with Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand in the writing of the “unauthorized” biography.

The one who was the protagonist of the series ‘Suits’, Meghan Markle, vehemently denied any involvement in the unauthorized biography ‘Finding Freedom’ and reiterated that the work did not have his express authorization or that of Prince Harry. However, the court has continued to investigate this story as a result of the appeals filed by the Daily Mail, and has found the key to the matter by summoning the then press officer of the couple, Jason Knauf, to give testimony and offer as much evidence as he had in his possession.

The publicist has submitted several emails that, indeed, demonstrate that both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle provided the two journalists with various annotations and guidance so that any information about their backgrounds was completely truthful and accurate. “I agree that we must say that we have had nothing to do with this. Likewise, it is necessary to offer the appropriate context and history to help the truth come to light ”, reads an excerpt from the message that prince harry sent the aforementioned Knauf.

Once confirmed that the Duke and Duchess of Sussex collaborated, in one way or another, in the making of ‘Finding Freedom’, Meghan Markle has shared an extensive statement to apologize for having completely “forgotten” that minor assistance provided to the authors of the book. “I apologize to the court for not having recalled those exchanges of information at the time. He had absolutely no intention of confusing or deceiving the court, ”the Duchess said in her text. Nevertheless, Meghan Markle he has insisted on the idea that he never authorized the publication of documents as personal as the aforementioned letter he wrote to his father.

“I have always referred to that information about my background as ‘reminders’ that I made to Mr. Knauf, since it is information that he had asked me long ago, since 2016, so that he could better deal with the press to account of my family history. But these data have nothing to do with the detailed and exhaustive accounts that appear in the book, of which the defendant – the Daily Mail – ensures that I wanted them to be in the public domain. Nothing could be further from reality, “he says. Meghan Markle.

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