Prince Harry takes legal action against the owners of the British tabloid The Sun, The Mirror and The News of the World, as a Buckingham Palace spokesman told Buzzfeed News, escalating his fight with the popular press began with charges against the mail on Sunday earlier this week.
The lawsuits were triggered by the palace's "illegal interception of voicemail messages" in a statement on Friday. Earlier in the day, the BBC reported that the allegations of telephone hacking against News Group Newspapers (NGN) occurred before 2010.
A spokesman for NGN – the editors of The Sun and former editors of News of the World, who closed in 201
If the BBC report is accurate, these allegations are likely to refer to the 2000s telephone hacking investigation, in which NGN employees accessed voicemails from royals and celebrities through a standard factory -set PIN number. Legal action and public outcry led to the resignation of News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch.
The news of the lawsuits, which were first reported by Byline Investigates, comes three days after Harry announced that he and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, sued the mail on Sunday for publishing excerpts of a private letter she had sent her father thought about the consequences. "
" This relentless propaganda costs people, especially if they knowingly are false and malicious, and although we have continued to make a bold face – as many of you can relate to – I can not describe how painful it was , Because in today's digital age, press factories worldwide are being turned into truths. "