The royals say the incident could have been catastrophic, but others say their account was exaggerated and any danger came from the couple’s own driver.
Fri 19 May 2023 05:05, UK
Harry and Meghan have requested the agency hand over photos and videos taken by paparazzi during a “chase” in New York earlier this week – but it has refused.
Lawyers representing the Duke and Duchess of Sussex have sent a letter to the Paycredit agency – but in response, the company is said to have said. Harry He cannot give orders as “perhaps kings can.”
The couple said “Near Disaster” is involved in the search After an awards ceremony on Tuesday, however, others said their account was exaggerated.
Their letter reads: “We request that Backrid immediately provide us with copies of all photographs, videos and/or films taken by freelance photographers last night.”
The reason is that it is obvious that they can improve the security in the future.
But Backgrid’s lawyer appeared to mock Harry MeganThey sent a strong letter in response to the request.
TMZ quoted it as saying: “In America, you know, I believe property belongs to its owner: third parties can’t demand that it be delivered to them, maybe the Kings can.
“Perhaps you could sit down with your client and advise him that his English rule of law requiring citizens to surrender their property to the state was long ago repudiated by this country.
“We stand by our founders.”
The company previously said it does not condone harassment or illegal activity and is conducting a detailed investigation.
It comes after Harry and Meghan’s press secretary The couple were “incredibly scared and shaking”, Sky News said. Their experience and she had never seen them suffer so much.
Their defense said at least 15 lights were ignored by paparazzi driving “aggressively and badly” in cars and bikes.
However, one of the people involved said that it was the royal family’s own driver who made the situation dangerous.
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A taxi driver who took couples on a few trips suggested that their account was “overstated”. And he never felt in danger.
Two New York police officers downplayed the incident, describing it as “a bit of a mess” rather than “near disaster.”
Prince Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, died in 1997 in a car crash in Paris after being chased by paparazzi.
Prabhu is also present Case against UK newspapers Allegations of intrusion into his personal life, including phone hacking.
Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace have not commented on the incident in New York.