Duchess Meghan: Palace employees are said to have withdrawn allegations of bullying

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Palace employees are said to have withdrawn allegations of bullying

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The British palace employees are said to have withdrawn their allegations of bullying against Duchess Meghan. Was Meghan wronged with these evil allegations?

Duchess Meghan, 40, can breathe a sigh of relief because the palace employees who accused her of bullying are said to have withdrawn their allegations. This new detail comes to light thanks to the British book authors Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, who are making a name for themselves with the new biography supplement to “Finding Freedom” that has just been published.

Duchess Meghan: Palace employees withdraw allegations of bullying

As part of the updated biography epilogue which documents the decision of the Royal resignation of Meghan and Prince Harry, 39, sources have spoken out about the ongoing investigation into these dire allegations. The allegations against the Duchess of Sussex were first brought to light in a Times article last March this year – just days before the couple’s interview with Oprah Winfrey, 67. At the time, it was said that Meghan was at Kensington Palace with a A bullying complaint was faced, alleging that it had “removed two personal assistants and undermined the trust of a third employee”.

Pure smear campaign against Duchess Meghan?

The complaint was reportedly filed in October 2018 by Jason Knauf, then Meghan and Harry’s communications secretary. He was supposed to get Buckingham Palace to protect employees who he believed were being pressured by Meghan. According to the research of the book authors, “sources confirmed that after the discovery of the email from Jason [Knauf] two of the people named in the email asked that all allegations made against HR about their experience with Meghan be withdrawn. “A spokesman for the Duke and Duchess called the story a” calculated smear campaign. ” “It was undoubtedly done with full intent to discredit the Duchess,” said Janina Gavankar, 40, a friend of Meghan in an interview with the book authors. “I’ve known Meghan for 17 years and seen the way she treats the people around her and the people she works with, and I can tell she is not a bully.”

Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry

Buckingham Palace continues to investigate

Buckingham Palace had opened an official investigation into the allegations of bullying and hired a law firm to investigate the case. Harry and Meghan welcomed the action as they hoped the process would shed light on the matter. However, in June it was announced that the final results of the investigation could be delayed.

Sources used:UsWeekly, Entertainment Tonight

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