Meghan Markle Lies AGAIN in Court, Claiming She ‘Forgot’ She Told Royal Staff Members to Cooperate with ‘Finding Freedom’ Authors

Meghan Markle cannot stop lying to the British court system.

Today, she claimed that she had simply “forgotten” that she asked her communications secretary Jason Knauf to pass along personal and family information to the authors of “Finding Freedom” and that she wrote the now infamous letter to her father with public consumption in mind. It’s just the latest effort of Meghan to change the narrative after she was caught lying to the court and judge.

But this time it’s not working. 

Documents from the court revealed today show the detailed information that Meghan and Prince Harry wanted the authors of “Finding Freedom,” Meghan’s alleged friend Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, to include in the book. Some of these details pertain to Meghan’s family members and her relations with them, in addition to her desire to strike down various tabloid stories like her tantrum over the tiara.

Meghan had previously claimed in the initial trial last September that she “did not collaborate with the authors on the book, nor were they interviewed for it.” 

As part of the appeals process, The Mail on Sunday received emails from Knuaf that were sent while he was Meghan and Harry’s communications secretary proving that her initial claims were false.

In response, Meghan said, “I apologize to the court for the fact that I had not remembered these exchanges at the time. I had absolutely no wish or intention to mislead the defendant or the court.” 

Sure Meghan, sure.

In a case entirely focused on the letter you wrote your father and “Finding Freedom,” you don’t remember facilitating any communication between the authors and your staff? While it’s understandable that she may be forgot what they discussed on a particular press release, but the idea that she doesn’t remember any of these interactions is ridiculous.

How in the world could she not remember? Also, how would anyone know that Meghan peed in the woods if no one told them? It could be a bit of dramatic flourish, but why would that have ever been included on a secluded safari that included mostly just Harry and Meghan.

In addition, Prince Harry also wrote in an email to Knauf that he wanted their involvement in the project kept secret from the public.

Harry said, “I totally agree that we have to be able to say we didn’t have anything to do with it. Equally, you giving the right context and background to them would help get some truths out there. The truth is v(ery) much needed and would be appreciated, especially around the Markle/wedding stuff but that the same time we can’t put them directly in touch with her friends.”

Well Harry, unfortunately for you the “truths” that your wife led you to believe probably never existed in the first place.

When it comes to the letter she wrote her father, which was at the heart of the court case, private emails show that Meghan and the palace knew that it was likely that the letter would be leaked to the public at some point and written with public consumption in mind, which Meghan originally denied.

Knauf stated through his testimony and email evidence, “Obviously everything I have drafted is with the understanding that it could be leaked so I have been meticulous in my word choice but please do let me know if anything stands out for you as a liability.

“She also asked a specific question regarding addressing Mr Markle as ‘Daddy’ in the letter, saying, ‘Given I’ve only ever called him daddy it may make sense to open as such (despite him being less than paternal), and in the unfortunate event that it leaked it would pull at the heartstrings’.”

It’s obvious, Meghan wrote the letter to her father hoping it would be leaked, and wanted it to have as much emotional impact as possible. It seems obvious that the win should be awarded to the defense, but that remains to be seen.

However, these additional revelations show the world that Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are liars. Their words cannot be trusted, and they are willing to do anything in order to manipulate the public and maintain the charade.

That’s the problem with lying and manipulation on such a large scale, once you start, you can’t stop.

When Knauf provided receipts of his interactions disputing Meghan and Harry’s accounts, Meghan was forced to admit her mistake but simply dismisses it as a lapse of memory and not an intentional deception of the court to win her case.

Her apology cannot be considered genuine, she just thought that the palace machine and various nondisclosure agreements that palace staffers sign would protect her and keep her secrets. Apparently, when you publicly trash the royal family and bring one of their members into international disrepute, they no longer have any incentive to protect you.

Meghan is now finding that out, but it’ll be interesting to see how Harry reacts. When will he reach the breaking point with his likely psycho, manipulative and narcissistic wife?

For everyone’s sakes, hopefully it’s sooner, rather than later. The more he lies, the less likely Harry will ever be welcomed back into the royal fold as a working member, and he’ll need a job when Meghan finally dumps him.

3 thoughts on “Meghan Markle Lies AGAIN in Court, Claiming She ‘Forgot’ She Told Royal Staff Members to Cooperate with ‘Finding Freedom’ Authors

  1. I Think Meghan Markle Is on the same level as Amber Heard, Melania Trump, Hilaria Baldwin, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Elaine Chao, Lara Trump, Nadine Macaluso, Chrissy Teigen, Blac Chyna, Omarosa Manigault Newman, Erika Jayne, Nikki Haley, Patrizia Reggiani, Sarah Ferguson, Elizabeth Holmes,

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