Meghan Markle has been making headlines, but for all the wrong reasons. She recently apologized to the court and said that she forget key information regarding her involvement in Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand’s book, Finding Freedom.
Her and Prince Harry’s former staff, Jason Knauf told the court that he repeatedly received emails from the couple showing how involved they really were with the book.
“The book was discussed directly with the duchess multiple times in person and over email. Harry and Meghan authorized specific co-operation in writing in December 2018,” Knauf said in a statement.
Markle fired back by saying that she forgot the email exchanges at the time of filing.
“I apologize to the court for the fact that I had not remembered these exchanges at the time. I had absolutely no wish or intention to mislead the defendant or the court,” Markle said.
Following her apology, more eyes were on Markle as they tried to bust some of her other alleged lies.
Meghan Markle’s Version Of Events Are Not Always Accurate
New Idea, in its Nov. 29 issue, came up with a list of Markle’s version of events that may not necessarily be accurate.
For instance, Markle previously claimed that she wrote a letter to her estranged dad, Thomas Markle Sr., with the intention of keeping the notes private. However, Knauf said that this…