MEGHAN Markle was behind a devastating defamatory campaign against his fragile dad Thomas Markle, according to the bombing records.
Meghan Markle, 38, was seen for the first time since the “Megxit” crisis last night, leaving her Canadian refuge in a seaplane.
She had lain in a £ 11 million retreat on Vancouver Island, while Prince Harry had entered into their royal escape agreement in Britain.
There was no sign of Archie’s nine-month-old son, who is believed to be with a nanny. It was Meghan’s first sighting after lining up on their plans to step down from royals on the front lines.
And Meghan flew away as the bomb court documents claimed to be behind a devastating libel campaign against her 75-year-old ex-father Thomas Markle.
The documents, filed with London’s High Court, described the extent of his fall with dad Thomas Markle – and claimed that he was behind a libelous campaign against him.
The documents were filed by Mail On Sunday while fighting a legal action purchased by Meghan.
They say the intimate details of her broken relationship with Thomas, revealed in an American magazine by five “friends”, could not have come to her. They also accuse Meghan of making plots to use friends to push British journalists to drop stories about her.
He sues the newspaper for damages after he published a leaked letter he wrote to Thomas three months after his May 2018 wedding. Meghan says it was misuse of his private information and copyright infringement.
It may be forced to deliver private text messages, emails and telephone books as part of the legal disclosure process. And she will probably be called as a witness if the case is not settled out of court.
His father is said to be ready to take a stand and testify against his daughter in the bomb case.
The five-page handwritten letter was sent to Thomas by the corporate director of the Los Angeles-based Duchess of Sussex.
Thomas Markle, a retired Hollywood lighting director, later said he decided to release parts of it after five Meghan “friends” spoke anonymously about his relationship with him with US People magazine.
In its detailed 44-page defense, the MoS claimed that the February 2019 article about people suggested that Thomas had made “false statements” about his daughter and was “totally guilty” for losing his marriage.
One of the anonymous friends told People, which is read by 40 million Americans: “It’s painful, because Meg has always been so dutiful. I think she will always feel genuinely devastated by what she has done. And at the same time, since she is his daughter, he has a lot of sympathy for him. “
But the MoS states that the information “could come (directly or indirectly) from the applicant, also because it presented events entirely from his point of view.
He adds: “The People’s interview described Mr. Markle as an unreasonable and unreal author, with the cold shoulder of his daughter, and solely responsible for the oddity. This was a one-sided and / or misleading and false narrative. “
The MoS states that Meghan’s letter was an attack on Mr Markle, accusing him of “breaking her heart, producing pain, being paranoid, making stories, attacking Prince Harry and lying constantly”.
The documents also say that the fragile Thomas, who is now 75 years old, has not yet met his nephew Archie. And they claim he didn’t even get a “heal early” card from Meghan after emergency heart surgery.
The documents state that Thomas was taken to hospital in Mexico for surgery on May 14 – five days before Meghan’s wedding – and he wrote her a message the same day to say he was unable to organize the wedding.
They declare: “He told the Applicant to love her and wished her the best. He sent a follow-up message asking who would “give her away” and saying that if he really needed him he would come and that he was sorry “for all this”. “
Thomas received a text response signed “Love M and H” but said “as if it came from Prince Harry”, the documents say.
It is alleged that the text focuses on “admonishing Mr. Markle for speaking to the press and telling him to stop – and accusing Mr. Markle of hurting his daughter. The text did not ask how the surgical procedure had gone or as if it were Mr. Markle or sent him best wishes.
“Mr. Markle was deeply injured and replied with an abrupt message:” I did nothing to hurt Meghan or anyone else. I’m sorry that my heart attack is an inconvenience for you. “
It is claimed that all the messages and calls Thomas made to Meghan after the wedding on May 19 were ignored.
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The MoS says that Kensington Palace declined to comment on whether the sources of the People had collaborated on Meghan’s request. And he says that Meghan “remained silent” on the matter.
Thomas claims to have paid off Meghan’s student loans even after she became a star in the Suits TV series, defense documents say.
They add: “He had paid her private school fees. He had paid all of his college tuition fees and after leaving Northwestern University he continued to repay his student loans, even after getting a well-paid role in seeds. “
MEGHAN recruited her best friend to put pressure on a former business consultant not to speak to a newspaper, according to legal documents.
Sunday’s Mail had interviewed Gina Nelthorpe-Cowne, former commercial advisor and friend of Meghan, a month before her marriage to Prince Harry.
But before the publication Gina, 54, was contacted by Meghan’s best friend, Jessica Mulroney, according to the documents. The newspaper said Meghan asked Jessica, 39, to intervene to put pressure on Gina to withdraw the interview “or change the statements she made.”
The documents say that the home office wrote to Harry’s chief of communications, Jason Knauf, to complain of the interference.