Meghan Markle 'frustrated' with palace's lack of response to 'untrue' tabloid stories

Meghan Markle wants to protect friends' identities in her legal battle

Meghan Markle Source Reveals Why She Became Frustrated By Palace Officials

As noted in court documents that surfaced last week as part of Meghan and Prince Harry's lawsuit against a British media company, the Duchess "felt unable to defend herself against media intrusion", during her time as a royal, People reports. In newly released excerpts of their ongoing court case, Meg's legal team is doing everything they can to block the outlet from revealing the names of five women who spoke to People for a cover story about her past year.

But the duchess claims she was not involved and now said Associated was threatening to publish the friends' names, Mail Online reported.

Meghan Markle asked a British court to order a newspaper to refrain from publishing the names of five friends who previously defended her in a US magazine on the condition of anonymity.

"For the Mail on Sunday to expose them in the public domain for no reason other than clickbait and commercial gain is vicious and poses a threat to their emotional and mental well-being, " Meghan said in the statement.

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The name of Meghan's five friends are contained in the confidential section of the legal papers.

"I am concerned that the publicity will intimidate one or more of the Five Friends and dissuade them from agreeing to give evidence in support of the Claimant's case at trial", the paperwork stated, per The Telegraph. It is this publisher that acted unlawfully and is attempting to evade accountability; to create a circus and distract from the point of this case-that the Mail on Sunday unlawfully published my private letter.

"The palace teams are faced with the difficulty that when things go wrong - particularly on private life matters - quite often any action taken with the media makes it worse".

"Each of these women is a private citizen, young mother, and each has a basic right to privacy".

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Earlier this month, the duchess claimed in leaked legal documents she was left "unprotected" by the royal family from "false and damaging" media articles when she was pregnant. "Please stop victimising me through the media so we can fix our relationship".

Her lawyers said the Duchess had 'become the subject of a large number of false and damaging articles by the United Kingdom tabloid media, specifically by the defendant, which caused tremendous emotional distress and damage to her mental health'.

Meghan Markle is asking a British court to keep her friends' identities secret. "The publisher of the Mail on Sunday is the one on trial".

The judge said Meghan's argument that ANL had stirred up a dispute between her and her father was "impermissibly vague".

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