Prince Harry is taking even more action in court.
After revealing that Harry was pursuing legal action on Tuesday (October 1) for alleged misuse of private information, Buckingham Palace confirmed on Friday (October 4) that claims have been filed on behalf of the Duke of Sussex against News UK (The Sun‘s owner) and MGN (former The Mirror owner) for alleged illegal interception of voicemails.
“Buckingham Palace confirmed claims had been filed at the high court regarding alleged illegal interception of voicemail messages. News Group, which published the News of the World until its closure as well as The Sun, confirmed a claim had been issued,” reported The Guardian.
The Mail responded to the initial lawsuit, filed in response to a tabloid publishing a private letter that Meghan, Duchess of Sussex wrote to her estranged father. See their response.
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