Meghan Markle’s ‘new demand’ after alleged paparazzi car chase in New York

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have demanded that the photo agency that was allegedly involved in the ‘near-disastrous’ car chase be released. Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – who were in New York City on the night of the alleged stalking – have demanded footage captured by photographers be handed over to the photo agency.

The troubled royals claim the footage will help improve their security. Their attorneys said in a letter, “We demand that Backgrid immediately provide us with copies of all photos, videos and/or films taken by freelance photographers last night after the pair left their event and over the next several hours.” ” The agency reports on page six.

However, BackGrid’s lawyers retaliated with a letter of their own, writing: “In America, as I’m sure you know, property belongs to its owner: third parties cannot just demand that it be given to them, as kings might.”

Harry and Meghan leaving the Women of Vision Awards in New York(Image: Getty Images)

“Perhaps you should sit down with your client and advise them that their English rules of royal prerogative to demand that citizens hand over their property to the Crown was long ago rejected by this country. We Standing with the Founding Fathers.”

Not only did Backgrind refuse to hand over the footage to the California-based Royals, but they had previously denied the Royals’ claims. “According to the photographers present, there were no collisions or near-crashes during this event,” Backgrid USA told Page Six in a statement Wednesday. “Photographers have realized that the couple were not in any immediate danger at any point.”

The agency denied claims that the couple were followed by “overly aggressive paparazzi”, claiming that the hired photographers had “no intention of causing any distress or harm, as their only tools were their cameras”. Were.”

“It is important to note that these photographers have a professional responsibility to cover newsworthy events and personalities, including public figures such as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle,” the agency said, before stressing the importance of “transparency and ethics” in journalism. The agency said to “provide unbiased and factual responses to the claims.”

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