Meghan Markle has issued a complaint to BBC after the UK-based Broadcasting company wrongly accused her of apologizing for misleading High Court.
Meghan Markle demanded clarification that she apologize for “not remembering” that she had asked her former PR chief to help with the royal biography Finding Freedom.
The Duchess of Sussex previously clarified that she did not cooperate with the project. Aside from that, she denied BBC claiming that she had “no intention to mislead the court on this”.
Meghan Markle Complains To BBC
The complaint from Prince Harry’s wife comes after the comments on podcast Harry, Meghan, and the Media. Furthermore, it was accompanied by broadcaster Amol Rajan’s BBC2 documentary entitled, The Princess and the Press, according to a report by Mirror.
In 2021, Mr. Knauf claimed that the former Suits actress had permitted him to speak with Finding Freedom authors. This statement did not align with Meghan’s previous denials of involvement in statements to the High Court.
Meghan had previously revealed that she did not know whether her team had provided information to the authors. Moreover, she said the authors did not contact her for “clarification of any materials relating to the book”.
However, the exchange Mr. Knauf shared before meeting the writers said: “For when you sit down with them it may be helpful to have some background reminders so I’ve included them below just in case.
“I know you are better versed at this than most but assisting where I can. I appreciate your support – please let me know if you need me to fill in any other blanks. Thank you!”
Meghan later told the High Court she had “absolutely no wish or intention to mislead the defendant or the court..” Nevertheless, she accepted that Mr. Knauf had offered information for the book with her knowledge.