Meghan Markle's dad tears into daughter for 'telling lies'

Meghan Markle’s estranged father has accused her of “telling lies” and “deceiving” after apologizing to a court for a misleading testimony in her privacy litigation.

Thomas Markle made the allegations when he appeared on GB News Thursday night (November 11) after it was revealed that the Duchess of Sussex was facing another blow in her legal battle against Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL).

She claimed the five articles, published in print and online in February 2019, misused her private information – including a letter to her father, Thomas – and infringed her copyright and data protection law.

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But the appeals court heard that she had asked an aide to provide information to the authors of a biography – Finding Freedom – even though she had previously said she had “made no contribution”.

“I can’t say much about it, but I think she was trying to deceive,” claimed Thomas.

“I think she lied.

“The truth is finally coming to light and thank God for Jason Knauf.

“I want him to come over so I can take him out for a steak.”

Jason Knauf is Meghan’s former head of communications.

The Duchess of Sussex said she “did not remember” any emails between her and Mr Knauf, despite a Sussex spokesman insisting that they “did not collaborate with the writers on the book, nor were they interviewed for it “.

In his testimony, Mr Knauf said Meghan had “lost confidence” that he would respect the privacy of her communication with Thomas Markle.

He continued, “As the Duchess pondered how to deal with the increasing public interventions from Mr. Markle – both out of concern for his well-being and to protect her reputation – she explored options for written communication that might persuade him, stop giving interviews, but that could also “set the record right if he gives it to the media.”


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