Meghan Markle Requests Evidence of Bullying as Buckingham Palace Pushes To Investigate

Buckingham Palace To Investigate Meghan Markle Bully Claims, Hires Law Firm

Meghan Markle Requests Evidence of Bullying, Meghan Markle Requests Evidence of Bullying as Buckingham Palace Pushes To Investigate, Relay Vibes

Meghan Markle requests Evidence of bullying investigations against her. Meghan Markle is reportedly to be defensive against bullying allegation.

Meghan Markle requests to see evidence of bullying against her which  is currently under investigation.

The Duchess of Sussex is said to have written to Buckingham Palace, asking that all facts found in the inquiry into accusations that she intimidated members of the royal staff be discussed with her.

She “has written to Buckingham Palace requesting to see any addresses, text messages, or any notes of all sorts linked to the abuse complaint against her,” according to the Daily Mail.

Meghan’s office has “written to seek the facts” from the royals, a senior Palace official affirmed.

According to the Daily Mail, Meghan’s appeal has been forwarded on to Prince Charles, whose “closest aides are already doing a search of archives.”

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Meghan reportedly harassed members of the royal staff during her time at Kensington Palace with Prince Harry, according to a Times of London report released on March 2.

After the publication of the story, Buckingham Palace had issued a statement giving assurance to investigate Meghan’s allegations.

Meghan Markle Requests Evidence of Bullying, Meghan Markle Requests Evidence of Bullying as Buckingham Palace Pushes To Investigate, Relay Vibes

“We are obviously very worried about complaints in the Times surrounding comments made by former Duke and Duchess of Sussex employees,” the palace said.

“Due to this, our HR department is going to investigate the incident as described in the post.” Members of the Household staff including those who have since resigned will be asked to partake in order to see if any lessons can be learnt.

According to the release, “The Royal Family has had a Dignity at Work policy in place for many years and would not and does not tolerate harassment or violence in the workplace.”

According to The Sun, the royal family has now engaged an investigative legal firm to oversee the probe.

Meghan has categorically dismissed the allegations.

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