The case revolves around the publication of a letter written by Megan to her father in 2018. In it, she asks him to stop talking to British newspapers. Portions of that message were sent by mail on sunday published, after which she filed a complaint against the newspaper for violating her privacy. The court agreed to this complaint and ordered the newspaper to apologize. but mail on sunday appealed against it. This case is currently being heard.
At the center of the appeal process is its former press secretary Jason Knauf. He shifted his camp and discredited Meghan last week by describing the circumstances in which the letter was sent. Reports said that he is now in court exchanging emails and text messages you sent him the sun. This should show that she knew an autobiography was being written about her and that she even contributed to it. About Finding FreedomIt is a book about Harry and Meghan’s life. The two kings have claimed several times in the past that they did not collaborate on the book.
In new emails published by Knauf, Megan responds, among other things, to the criticism she has received for using a fashion designer. This came after the alleged designer himself tweeted that he was her stylist. “You know how disappointed I was with that story about the designer,” she wrote to Knauf. “Because that’s the one thing I have any control over: my personal style. Since we’re required to contribute to that autobiography, which I don’t feel comfortable with, we need to brief that guy as soon as possible. It’s been quoted in several places and called for authority, but What he says is simply not true.”
Knauf’s testimony could be too bad for Megan. The evidence he provided – text messages and emails – contradict some of Harry’s wife’s statements.
“Unable to type with boxing gloves on. Freelance organizer. Avid analyst. Friendly troublemaker. Bacon junkie.”