Prince Harry sues two British tabloids for allegedly hacking his phone and stealing voice messages

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The Duke of Sussex, Prince Harry is suing two British tabloid newspapers  – Daily Mirror and The Sun, for allegedly hacking his phone and stealing voice messages.

Buckingham Palace confirmed to The Associated Press that the claims were filed in the High Court of Justice on Prince Harry’s behalf and involve “illegal interception of voicemail messages.”

The lawsuit comes barely four days after Prince Harry’s American wife, Meghan Markle filed a claim against another British Newspaper The Mail and its parent company Associated Newspapers, alleging “the intrusive and unlawful publication of a private letter” written by the Duchess of Sussex. The Guardian reported that the letter was penned by Markle to her estranged father. Continue reading through this link

Prince Harry sues two British tabloids for allegedly hacking his phone and stealing voice messages.

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