Prince Harry joined a lawsuit against a group of media publishers alleging that they hacked his phone to gain unlawful and private coverage of his comings and going, and there were some explosive allegations.
The Duke has filed a lawsuit against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), alleging that their publications engaged in phone hacking and employed various unauthorized methods to obtain personal information about him from 1996 to 2009.
Testifying in court
In this latest crusade against the media, Prince Harry is suing the newspapers and testifying in open court, a first for the Royal Family. Harry is the first royal since 1891.
One of the biggest bombshells that came out of the trial is that Prince William wanted to sue the newspaper as well for illegally hacking his phone, but he settled privately out of court for 1 million pounds.
Sources claim that Queen Elizabeth knew and approved of the settlement with Prince William. If true, this is very strong evidence for Prince Harry’s claim.
Prince Harry says that his lawsuit is not just personal. He said, “Democracy fails when your press fails to scrutinize and hold the government accountable, and instead choose to get into bed with them so they can ensure the status quo.”
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