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Court to decide first judgement in Meghan Markle privacy case against Mail on Sunday

Court to decide first judgement in Meghan Markle privacy case against Mail on Sunday

5/1/2020 11:56:00 PM

Court to decide first judgement in Meghan Markle privacy case against Mail on Sunday

A judge will today rule on whether Meghan Markle has to lose aspects of her privacy case against the Mail on Sunday claiming a malicious 'agenda.'

Mail on Sundaynewspaper in her High Court privacy case.The tabloid's lawyers have applied to have key elements of her argument alleging an"agenda" to portray her in a"damaging light" ruled inadmissable.Judge Mark Warby will issue his decision remotely at midday in Britain (7 a.m. ET) by email to the two sets of lawyers.

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The 9 Articles Meghan Markle Says Prove Daily Mail's Agenda Against HerRead moreResults are often sent out to lawyers under strict embargo ahead of time so the parties in a case can prepare.Among the sections that could be removed from the initial court filing outlining her case are nine stories which she claims show the newspaper and its sister titles waged a campaign against her.

The articles include one linking avocado production to human rights abuses that used her well-publicized love of the fruit as a way in.Also mentioned in the filing is a story describing her as"(almost) straight outta Compton" and another claiming a mosque, which housed a community kitchen she supported, was linked to 19 terror suspects. headtopics.com

However, Antony White, a lawyer representing the newspaper, told the High Court that Meghan's interpretation of the stories was"extreme" and said they were irrelevant to an action for privacy, copyright and breach of data laws.Meghan Markle's letter to her father related to the collapse of their relationship in the run up to her wedding to Prince Harry on May 19, 2018. Here the Duke and Duchess of Sussex wave from the Ascot Landau carriage during their wedding day procession at Windsor Castle.

Aaron Chown/GettyMeghan filed the case after theMail on Sundayprinted extracts from a deeply personal letter she sent her father in the months after her wedding.Thomas Markle Sr., 75, did not make the trip to walk his daughter down the aisle at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, on May 19.

Early that month, he was outed by theMail on Sundayfor staging paparazzi pictures for money, with images showing his preparations to attend. Then, in the week before the wedding, he announced he would not be making the trip to Britain and was admitted to the hospital following a heart attack.

Meghan has made it clear she blames his absence on the newspaper"shaming" him by exposing his faked photographs, rather than his health problems.Court filings reveal the frantic last ditch efforts made by Meghan and Prince Harry to talk him around in heated text messages. headtopics.com

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Meghan Markle loses first High Court fight against the Mail On SundayA judge ruled that part of her case should be struck out including claims that the publisher had behaved 'dishonestly'

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