Meghan Markle has claimed it is a ‘feeling’ and not a ‘fact’ that she grew up as an only child after being accused by her half-sister of lying.
The Duchess’ attorneys made their case in legal documents filed as part of her ongoing fight with half-sister Samantha.
Samantha is suing Meghan for allegedly peddling a ‘rags to riches’ story in her tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey.
In a court document, Samantha claims the Duchess of Sussex launched a ‘premeditated campaign to destroy her and her father’s reputation.
But Meghan’s attorneys have denied Samantha’s claims that she lied about growing up as an only child.
The lawyers say it’s ‘how she feels’, despite having two half-siblings.
“It is hard to imagine a more personal and subjective feeling than how one views their own childhood. Moreover, Plaintiff’s opposition completely ignores the context of the statement, where Ms Winfrey asked Meghan about her “relationship” with Plaintiff (to whom Ms Winfrey referred as her “half-sister on her father’s side”).
“Meghan’s response to that question that she “grew up as an only child” was obviously not meant to be a statement of objective fact that she had no genetic siblings or half-siblings.”
The lawyers also dismissed Samantha’s complaints about information in the book Finding Freedom, saying Meghan can’t be blamed for that because she didn’t write the book.
A family have dug up their dead grandma after 10 years
A Dominican Republic family has dug up their dead grandma after 10 years
The late Margarita Rosario was dug up at La Colonia Cemetery in Jarabacoa, where her family found her relatively intact.
Ms Rosario had a full head of hair and enough bones to stand without support.
Footage from outside the cemetery showed a man holding the corpse up while a woman dressed her in a white gown.
Local residents expressed shock over how well the body had been preserved.
The family was reportedly moving their dead relative to a nearby cemetery.
Meet Time Magazine’s 2022 Person of the Year
Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky and ‘the spirit of Ukraine’ have been named as Time Magazine’s 2022 Person of the Year
Each year, the award goes to an event or person deemed to have had the most influence on global events over the past 12 months.
Zelensky beat out other finalists, which included Chinese President Xi Jinping, the US Supreme Court, Iranian protestors and Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
The leader had inspired Ukrainians and was recognised internationally for his courage and resisting the Russian invasion.
Time’s Editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal revealed how the team get together to come up with the eventual winner.
The longest wait for a blockbuster has arrived
After 13 long years, the Avatar sequel has premiered in London
Strap yourselves in because one of the most delayed sequels in blockbuster history has arrived.
Now, ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ has premiered in London.
It’s been a long wait for Avatar fans, which remains the biggest-grossing film of all time.
The film will be open to the public next week, but you’ll need a drink and some popcorn because it runs for three hours.
Director James Cameron says he’s nervous but offered this explanation when asked why it’s taken so long for the sequel.
Stars Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldaña and Kate Winslet fronted the red carpet for the release.
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