British newspaper Mail on Sunday He should post a statement on the front page of a judge admitting that he violated Meghan Markle’s privacy. The British newspaper should also explain Markle’s lawsuit on the inside pages. The message should be on the website for Mail on Sunday Spend.
Markle had a lawsuit against Mail on Sunday Won. The newspaper, according to the court, violated the privacy of Prince Harry’s wife by publishing a letter from her to her father in 2019.
Tuesday demanded the former American actress 1.7 million Euro as compensation from the British newspaper. At the end of February, Markle was awarded compensation of 450,000 pounds (about 522,000 euros) by a judge for the legal costs incurred by her.
In February Rule The judge said Markle had “a reasonable expectation that the contents of the letter would be kept confidential.” Articles in Mail (Whether online or in the hard copy), he confirmed that this was not the case. “
Markle had a tumultuous relationship with her father, Thomas Markle, for years. That would be common fuel By it stepsister. In January, Markle’s father announced that he was working on documentary About her life.
In December, Markle struck one settlement With a photo agency she snapped unwanted photos of her early this year on Vancouver Island in Canada. In October, she and Prince Harry reached another settlement with a photo agency that had taken unwanted photos of their son with a drone.
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