Meghan Markle’s Lawyer has Something to Say About Bullying Claims

Meghan Markle's Lawyer has Something to Say About Bullying Claims

Meghan Markle’s lawyer, andrew stevenson, spoke on a BBC podcast. Celebrity defendersJenny Afia shared the bullying allegations against her client and promptly put them to bed. It was noticed that the term “bullying”Is “used very, very casually,”The term was defined by Afia as follows: “improperly using power repeatedly and deliberately to hurt someone, physically or emotionally” (via Daily Mail). “The Duchess of Sussex absolutely denies ever doing that.”

Afia elaborated on casual use by pointing out that she had used it. “daughter called me a bully last week when I asked her to brush her teeth — she’s seven years old.”She also said that “the term is used very freely and it’s a very, very damaging term as we know, particularly I think for career women.”However, the Duchess is a great person to know. “I can’t believe she would ever do that. I wasn’t there at the time but it doesn’t match my experience of her at all and I’ve seen her at very, very stressful times.”

Christopher Andersen, royal biographer, opened up in December about Meghan’s bullying claims and pin it on “a culture clash”Her American upbringing. “Particularly within the royal household they’re very indirect in the way they do things,”According to the biographer Insider. “The kind of plain-spoken, upfront personality, distinctly American approach that Meghan has to getting things done just rubs them the wrong way.”

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