Princess Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell is considering suing King Charles III’s younger son Prince Harry for defamation, according to a new report.
The Duke of Sussex’s legal woes are far away from over as Meghan’s hubby could be sued for his “untrue” claims.
Burrell was accused of “selling Harry’s mother’s possessions” while giving evidence at his phone-hacking trial against Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN).
Diana’s former butler has told GB News host Dan Wootton the claims are “completely untrue”.
Burrell said: “He said about me that I have sold his mother’s possessions, which is completely untrue … What gives him the right to make these claims in a court of law about me that is defamatory.”
The Duke of Sussex is “privileged and petulant”, according to Harry’s late mother’s former butler.
The 65-year-old continued: “Harry is a very privileged young man, and he’s a petulant young man as well. But I have a right to defend myself too.”
It is to mention here that MGN is being sued by Harry over alleged phone-hacking for gathering personal information. In his witness statement, the Duke has made some serious claims.