Meghan Markle’s father could be called to testify against her in the Mail on Sunday court case


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Meghan Markle’s father could be called to testify against her in court.
The Duchess of Sussex is suing the Mail on Sunday over the misuse of private information, infringement of copyright, and breach of the Data Protection Act 2008 after it published excerpts from a letter she wrote to her father last year.
Thomas Markle has worked closely with the Mail on Sunday’s defence team, and even shared details of text messages between himself, Meghan, and Prince Harry, according to court documents obtained by Insider.
The newspaper argues that Thomas only released the letter to show his side of the story after his daughter’s friends spoke about it in an interview with People magazine back in February.
A court date for the case is yet to be announced, however it’s likely Thomas could fly to the UK to testify when the day comes.
He has been used as a key witness in the documents drafted by the Mail on Sunday’s defence team.
In the documents, Thomas says after telling Harry and Meghan that he would not be attending their wedding, he received a response “admonishing [him] of causing hurt to his daughter.”
He added that the duke and duchess did not ask about the heart procedure he had just undertaken in their text message.
Buckingham Palace is yet to make an official statement.
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Thomas Markle could be called to testify against the Duchess of Sussex in the Mail on Sunday court case.

Meghan Markle’s father appears to be working closely with the publication’s defence team, according to court documents obtained by Insider.

Meghan Markle is suing the Mail on Sunday over the misuse of private information, infringement of copyright, and breach of the Data Protection Act 2008 after it published excerpts from a letter she wrote …read more

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