A judge has reportedly backed Meghan Markle’s claims regarding having an ‘unfortunate lapse of memory’ over the Finding Freedom brief she delivered to her former communications officer.
The judge in question, Sir Geoffrey Vos believes, "This was, at best, an unfortunate lapse of memory on her part."
This news comes shortly after Meghan Markle managed to win her privacy lawsuit against the Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL).
A summary by Express UK reveals, "It was hard to see what evidence could have been adduced at trial that would have altered the situation.”
"The judge had been in as good a position as any trial judge to look at the article in People magazine, the letter and The Mail On Sunday articles to decide if publication of the contents of the letter was appropriate to rebut the allegations against Mr Markle.”
"The judge had correctly decided that, whilst it might have been proportionate to publish a very small part of the letter for that purpose, it was not necessary to publish half the contents of the letter as ANL had done."
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