The Sun's News Group has filed a lawsuit against Newspapers (NGN) for "violation of privacy" by Prince Harry, son of King Charles III of England. The hearing was held today. In the court, documents emerged that Prince of Wales William, who is in the position of heir to the throne, made a collusion with the newspaper.
The case in the Supreme Court alleged that Prince William waived his "violation of privacy" complaint by taking money from NGN, which is owned by Rupert Murdoch. Details of William's collusion with the newspaper were among documents submitted to the court by his brother, Prince Harry's lawyer, David Sherborne.
Stating that the agreement between William and NGN was made in 2020, the agreement was signed by Queen Elizabeth II, who passed away last year. It has been suggested that it was carried out with the approval of Elizabeth. NGN flatly denied these allegations.
Prince Harry, who left his royal duties and settled in the USA in 2020, is currently facing three separate legal battles against a total of three media groups, including NGN. Last month, in a lawsuit against Associated Newspapers Limited (ANL), publisher of the Daily Mail, ANL was charged with "grave breaches of privacy" and "abuse of private information". In addition, a separate lawsuit brought by Harry against Reach PLC, publisher of Mirror and Sunday Mirror, will begin in two weeks.
HE WILL ASK FOR 200,000 STERLING
Prince Harry will seek more than £200,000 in damages if Murdoch's company succeeds in his trial against NGN.
(Ihlas News Agency)