Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have not had the privacy they hoped for since they left their royal duties, it’s been reported that the couple have filed a lawsuit against the paparazis that took their pictures in their private home.
The unnamed papazis (the defedants) has been reportedly been sued for invasion of privacy, according to documents shared by Hollywood Reporter Senior Editor Eriq Garner.
The couples had moved overseas to escape the tabloids but to be invaded with drones flying overhead their home. Due to the chaotic press presence and overhead drone invasion, the couple are now deeply concerned for the well-being of their son Archie and their family’s safety. The couple moved into their luxe $18million home owned by the hollywood movie producer and mogul Tyler Perry back in May 2020.
“At the beginning of this year,” reads the suit, “Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex (the ‘Plaintiffs’), announced their intention to reside, at least part-time, in North America, in an attempt to escape the incessant UK tabloid fabrications.”
“For the first six weeks, the Plaintiffs lived unmolested in the quiet, isolated town of North Saanich, Canada, with no disturbance to the surrounding community. But then the Daily Mail, a British tabloid, decided to publicize their exact location, which as usual resulted in up to 40 paparazzi and media organizations descending on this peaceful community from hundreds of miles away. The resulting harassment and intimidation created disruption and discomfort for both the family and local community.”
The popular attorney – Micheal Kump -who has also represented stars like Jessica Simpson, the Kardashian/Jenner sisters and so on will be representing the couple.
Finally, due to the increase in the drone activity around the couple’s home, they have since then hired a director’s private security team to keep them and their property safe.
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