Prince Harry has been a busy man after he stepped down from royal duties, and moved to Montecito, California with wife Meghan Markle and son Archie and writing a memoir called Spare, which made him millions. However, he has not forgotten how some tabloids hounded him when he lived in Britain and has filed lawsuits against a few of them. On Tuesday, he appeared in a London court after he was unable to attend the trial on Monday, as it was his daughter Lilibet’s birthday.
Harry appeared in court and gave evidence against the Mirror Group Newspapers which owns The Daily Mirror, Sunday Mirror and Sunday People.
In his witness statement that was released during the court hearing on Tuesday Harry mentioned the impact of the tabloids on his life. He said that “their actions affected every area” of his life. He said that their reporting of the minutiae in his life created “paranoia” in his relationships and he was unable to trust anyone from a young age.
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He particularly singled out TV host Piers Morgan who was the then editor of the Daily Mirror. The spoke of the deep impact of their reporting of private and sensitive messages of his mother and said that it had made him “physically sick.”
Prince Harry also said that their methods of reporting had made him more determined to hold them responsible for their words and this included “Mr. Morgan.” He described their behavior as “vile” and also called it “unjustified.”
He also mentioned that his “acute paranoia” that he was “under surveillance” constantly had not been misplaced as his solicitors had told him that the group had hired private investigators and made “289 payments” to obtain “information relating to both him and his associates.”
Prince Harry has sued various British tabloids for unlawful acts of snooping and invasion of his privacy. He has filed cases against News Group Newspapers Limited. This Murdoch owned media group is the parent company of the tabloid The Sun. He has also sued Associated Newspapers (DMG Media), the company which owns The Daily Mail as well as Mail on Sunday.
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