Meghan Markle’s ‘Suits’ Co-Star, Patrick J. Adams, Calls Royal Family ‘Obscene’ for ‘Tormenting’ Her

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Patrick J. Adams, Meghan Markle's co-star on the TV show Suits, has condemned the royal family in a series of tweets as "obscene" and as "racist, defamatory" of the media.
Adams' passionate defense of Meghan came after it was revealed that, days before Meghan's much-vaunted interview with Oprah Winfrey was broadcast on CBS on Sunday night, Buckingham Palace opened an investigation into allegations of bullying made against the Duchess by former palace staff. In a statement, Meghan said the allegations were part of a "calculated smear campaign".
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Meghan Markle rejects allegations of bullying as a pre-Oprah campaign "Calculated Smear Campaign"
Adams said it was "OBSCENE that the royal family, the newest member of which is currently growing, is promoting and reinforcing allegations of" bullying "against a woman who herself has been categorically forced to flee the UK to protect her and her family protect your own mental health.
“IMO, this latest chapter and its timing are just another stunning example of the shamelessness of an institution that has outlived its relevance, far surpasses credibility, and is apparently bankrupt.
“Find someone who admonishes, insults and torments you. My friend Meghan is a way out of your league. "
Adams added: "It made me sick to read the endless racist, slanderous, click-baiting vitriol that was spat in their direction from all sorts of media in the UK and around the world, but I also knew Meghan was stronger than that People recognized or understood, and they would regret underestimating theirs. "
Meghan "was an enthusiastic, kind, cooperative, giving, joyful, and supportive member of our television family," said Adams. "She stayed that person and colleague when fame, prestige and power arose." He had seen this "powerful woman with a deep sense of morality and a strict work ethic" navigate her life in "amazement" over the past few years.
Adams wasn't the only one to show his devotion when Meghan's friends took to social media and highlighted what they see as Meghan's outstanding qualities as a friend and person. Producer and writer Lindsay Roth told Meghans “M.O. has always been friendliness; Benevolence runs in their bones. I know this is true after 22 years of very close friendship. "
Her makeup artist Daniel Martin wrote: “Because she is not self-centered, people can see the light in her. Because she does not boast, she becomes a shining example. Because she does not glorify herself, she becomes a person of merit. Because it does not want anything from the world, the world cannot overcome it. "
Her friends' glowing wills contrast sharply with claims made by Jason Knauf, Meghan and Harry's former palace communications chief, who said in an email from The Times of London that Meghan bullied former employees and left some in tears. and to force others out of their jobs.
According to reports, helpers are "standing up" to testify in the palace's now-announced bullying investigation - which has itself generated widespread criticism on social media. Many wonder why there isn't a similar investigation into Prince Andrew, with whom the FBI has not yet collaborated, over his friendship with the disgraced dead pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
In an early clip of the Sunday night documentary filmed prior to the bullying allegations being released, Meghan accused the palace of upholding "falsehoods" about her and her husband, Prince Harry.
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