Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, wins latest court battle against newspaper that published letter sent to her father
A ruling in favor of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, as a component of her prosecution against a newspaper publisher which…
A ruling in favor of Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, as a component of her prosecution against a newspaper publisher which reproduced portions of a private letter she sent to her dad Thomas Markle in August 2018, has been upheld by a UK court.
A big win for the Duchess of Sussex in her privacy battle with the Mail on Sunday. Judges say last-minute bombshells from former aide Jason Knauf were of “little assistance” to the central issues of the appeal, confirming Meghan’s privacy was breached.
Meghan Markle wins latest stage of her privacy & copyright battle vs the publisher of a British newspaper, The Mail on Sunday. A letter to her father was at the heart of the case. Judges at the Court of Appeal in London said publishing a small extract might have been appropriate.
What people are saying?
Kamran Zamani The press should learn from this and other unethical methods to dig into people’s private lives and lay back. Most journalists are too intrusive. I have nothing against exposing activities that affect the public but condemn the same if directed towards private matters.
Cornish Seaside Meghanwins legal challenge against Mail on Sunday over letter to father. The judges live in a world of their own. Hope latest decision will be appealed as Duchess brought her case for money and lied about whether she understood letter could be leaked.