Markle's Court Win Ignored Credibility Concerns, Tabloid Says

By Bonnie Eslinger (November 9, 2021, 7:25 PM GMT) -- Questions about "the credibility" of the Duchess of Sussex weighed against a summary judgment win in her privacy and copyright case against the publisher of the Mail on Sunday without further disclosure of evidence, counsel for the tabloid argued to an appellate court Tuesday.

The Court of Appeal has heard that evidence from Meghan Markle's former press secretary indicated that when the Duchess of Sussex wrote a letter to her father, she realized that it was "likely" to be disclosed to the public. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) A judge concluded in February that Meghan Markle, who is married to Prince Harry, had...

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