Samantha Markle slams Sussexes over South Park dislike

Meghan’s half-sister, Samantha has slammed the Duke and Duchess of Sussex over their dislike of the latest episode of South Park. Samantha Markle stated that “It’s a cartoon!” as she added the couple don’t even like anything posing a “likeness” to them, in any way.

Samantha, who is known for her public appearances discussing her half-sister, told Dan Wootton the couple “‘can’t claim copyright on likenesses”.

Speaking on GB News, she added: “Excuse me, I never got the memo that God died and they become God.

“[And] suddenly [they] got a copyright on all things comedy.”

She then pointed out the couple’s likeliness of the character’s hair colours, Meghan has “black hair” and Harry has “red hair”.

Meghan Markle is currently facing a libel lawsuit with Samantha.

This is for her alleged “false” previous statements about her estranged half-sister.

Samatha is currently suing the former actress over claims that she made “demonstrably false and malicious statements” about her during her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in March 2021.

Aside from the Oprah interview, she also pointed out comments made in the 2020 biography, all about the couple, which was titled ‘Finding Freedom’.

Since the South Park episode aired, Meghan is reportedly “upset and overwhelmed” over its contents.

A source told the Spectator that she is “annoyed” by South Park.

Samantha launched the lawsuit last year.

The 58-year-old is reportedly seeking £62,000 ($75,000) in damages over Meghan’s claims in the Oprah interview and ‘Finding Freedom’.


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Meghan and Harry stepped down as senior working royals in 2020.

The couple declared that they wished to “work to become financially independent”.

The couple now live in California with their two young children.

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