Meghan Markle admits she passed on information to 'Finding Freedom' writers

By Celebpost Desk November 19, 2020
Meghan Markle seeks legal advice from royal lawyers 

Meghan Markle was advised to write a letter at the center of a legal case by Royal lawyers in the court after documents allegation on Wednesday.

Meghan sued Associated Newspapers Ltd (ANL), publisher of the Mail on Sunday and Mail Online, over an article that reproduced parts of the handwritten letter she sent to her estranged father Thomas Markle in August 2018.

The duchess, 39, claimed the publishing of her letter to her 76-year-old father was a misuse of her private information and breached the Data Protection Act.

However, she recently admitted that she shared personal information with the authors of Finding Freedom but the matter of publishing parts from the her father's letter is a serious matter of copyright and misuse of personal information.

Meghan is likely to ask for the damages from ANL for alleged misuse of personal information.

Finding Freedom and the Making of A Modern Family was written by Carolyn Durand, and Omid Scobie, and was published by HarperCollins. The biography was released on 11 August 2020.