Prince Harry is suing British newspapers for listening to the phone
04 October, 2019 20:23
04-10-19 at 20:23
Recent updated: 11 hours ago
Updated: 11 minutes ago
Prince Harry has once again lodged a complaint against the British press. After that he was earlier in the week and the steps announced at the Mail On Sunday’s account of the distribution of a personal letter to his wife, Meghan Markle, wants to be as he is now , the Daily Mirror and The Sun and let it continue to listen in on his phone.
The prince says that his voicemail messages were listened to, and the owners of the two newspapers, therefore, is for the court to drag on. The news has been confirmed by the representatives of the Buckingham Palace. News Group Newspapers, the company that owns The Sat, confirmed a claim has been received. From the records of the court, it appears that MGN limited, the owner of the Daily Mirroris being sued.
Earlier in the week and shared about Prince Harry in a statement to the British people, in which he explains why he and his wife, the legal action against the newspapers, they need to take. “My wife has become a victim of the Uk’s tabloidkranten who are campaigning against a people with no consequences in sight,” he wrote then.