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Royal Family News: Prince Harry and Meghan Interview Joke Cost Royal Expert Her Job

Royal Family News: Meghan And Harry Interview Joke Cost Royal Expert Her Job, May SueBritish royal family news shows that one royal expert is considering challenging Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at their own game—lawsuits. Victoria Arbiter is not amused and has consulted lawyers after being the victim of a, “utterly devastating,” YouTube joke prior the couple’s savage Oprah Winfrey interview.

Royal Family News – Victoria Arbiter Is Not Happy

Victoria is the daughter of Dickie Arbiter, Queen Elizabeth II’s former spokesperson so her credentials are gold. Both father and daughter gave interviews about the Sussexes’ ugly dirty laundry piece on CBS, before it aired in March 2021 while Harry’s grandfather was on his deathbed.

At the time Victoria, “was told the footage would run on U.K. network ITV, after Meghan and Harry’s interview had been broadcast, and that her comments were based on preview clips that had already aired.”

Royal Family News – The Sussex’s Will Be Sued?

She told Newsweek that other public domain information influenced her comments.

The whole thing went south because the Arbiter’s, “along with two other prominent royal commentators, were the victims of a prank by Archie Manners and Josh Pieters, who posted the footage on YouTube headlined: ‘We Proved Royal Experts Lie About Harry and Meghan.’”

What followed, says Arbiter, was, “a torrent of social media abuse in the aftermath, though she feels she was misrepresented,” and that her contract with CNN was not renewed as a result.

Royal Family News – Social Media Is Taxing

She told Newsweek, “I retained lawyers in May 2021 given the fallout from the prank. Being falsely accused of lying which I absolutely didn’t do has been utterly devastating. According to my lawyers I have grounds to sue based on their numerous fraudulent misrepresentations.”

“It was made at the expense of my livelihood, my future career, my mental emotional, physical well-being. I didn’t leave my house for two weeks because the avalanche of hate was so monumental, so extreme, and the anxiety that evolved as a result has been devastating.”

Arbiter, who lives in New York, told Newsweek, “There are times I’m so paralyzed by the anxiety associated to what happened I can’t go outside, I don’t leave my house. And I was just stunned that so many people opted to take a narrative that was put out by two self-described pranksters at face value.”

Arbiter feels that she must clear her name, “to state categorically on the record that I did not lie, I did not offer a reaction, I did not review the show. I spoke to how things had been done before.” “I can only speak to my own commentary but I can say emphatically that I spoke truth accurately, I only spoke about the clips we had already seen.”

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  1. Cathy Jennings says

    Good for her I hope she wins her lawsuit. Take all of their money!

  2. Donba Shory says

    This is ridiculous! Harry and Meghan had nothing to do with that YouTube joke. Those lying Arbiters knew what they were doing when they commented on something that had not happened yet. I hope they get sued snd lose all of their money earned by hating H and M. They deserve whatever negative consequences they get because they did lie and deceive in that interview.

  3. Linsey says

    Just be patient. In time, everything the Markles’ have done and said will come back to bite them in the a.

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