New explanation for alleged bullying behavior by Meghan Markle New Book Bomb Excerpt by The london times Royal Correspondent Valentine LawThe esteemed reporter who was the first to report that Meghan had received a formal complaint from a senior Buckingham Palace official that she had bullied an employee.
In a new excerpt from Law’s book, Courtier: Power Behind the Crown Law, which is due to be published in the UK early next month, claims Meghan repeatedly shed tears after subjecting her staff to attacks of anger, or trembling with fear, shaking her staff.
Meghan has previously claimed the accusations were part of a “calculated smear campaign.”
Law also claims to have heard several people say, “I can’t believe I’m not getting paid for this,” Meghan said after a string of public engagements in Australia.
Low wrote that in 2017, six months before the couple got engaged, he told Harry’s advisors:
Meghan considered dealing with junior staff an “insult” and said that when she was kindly advised to be nice to her and Harry’s staff in late 2017, she replied, “It’s not my job to spoil people.” It is said
Low also alleges that Meghan threatened Harry that if she didn’t publicly announce that she was his girlfriend, she would cut ties with him.
Low quotes a source.
Another source told Low:
But it’s the allegations of bullying that are likely to hurt Meghan and Harry the most.
After speaking to someone “particularly harshly” in front of other staff members, Meghan is said to have told the person: Literally if anyone else could ask for this, they would do it for you. “
Law says Prince William comforted the woman when she heard about the incident, assuring her she was “doing a really good job,” and she burst into tears.
A staff member who missed a call from Meghan was reported to have said: I’m terrified…this is so ridiculous. I can’t stop shivering. “
Law details staffer’s allegations that Meghan and Harry repeatedly harassed them on the phone while they were out for dinner on Friday night.
An anonymous staff member was quoted as saying: It was like, ‘I can’t believe you did this.
The staff claimed the calls lasted “for days” and “couldn’t escape. There were no lines or boundaries. It was last at night and best in the morning.”
Another source told Lowe: The young women were devastated by their behavior. “
Megan has previously denied the charges of bullying. They were released just before Meghan’s shocking interview with Oprah Winfrey aired.
“Let’s call it a calculated smear campaign based on misleading and harmful misinformation,” a spokesperson for the Sussexes said in a statement released in March 2021. “We are disappointed to see that this defamatory portrayal of the Duchess of Sussex has been given credence by the press. It is no coincidence that distorted and years-old accusations aimed at undermining the Duchess have been reported to the British media.
low, he said he was handed the document A source said, “It felt like only a partial version of Meghan’s two years working as a member of the royal family came out.” We should get some insight into our side of the story.” Winfrey. “
Meghan Markle’s attorney, Jenny Affia, previously told a documentary: “Bullying is the repeated, deliberate and inappropriate use of power to harm someone physically or emotionally. The Duchess of Sussex categorically denies ever doing that, and knowing her as much as I do, I can’t believe she would do that.It’s nothing like my experience with her. does not match.”
The Daily Beast reached out to Meghan and Harry’s offices for comment.