Ben Goldsmith Claims Meghan Markle Is Disliked By Britain NOT Because Of Racism But ‘Because She’s A Manipulative Stalker Who Got Outed’
- Ben Goldsmith, who has held a government post and whose brother Zac is a current government minister, made the accusations online in a series of extraordinary tweets this morning.
- Mr Goldsmith claimed Meghan was “a manipulative stalker who got caught”, though other tweets were deleted.
- The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have always denied the bullying allegations, which have been dismissed as slander and calculated falsehoods.
Financier Ben Goldsmith claims Meghan Markle doesn’t like her because she’s a “manipulative bully.”
Goldsmith, Minister Zac’s brother, made a series of accusations in a series of online messages in response to claims that the Duchess was a victim of racism.
One of the three was quickly deleted, but the claim that Meghan had been unkind is still visible.
Mr Goldsmith, who was a non-executive board member of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, said: “We are far from perfect, but survey after survey shows Britons to be among the most welcoming and least racists”.
‘At first Meghan was adored. Crowds filled the streets at the wedding. Meghan doesn’t like her because she’s a manipulative stalker who got caught.
Jemima Jones and Ben Goldsmith attend The Eternity Charity Fundraiser hosted by Lola Bute in support of Action On Addiction, James’ Place, Place2Be and Grow at Alva Coachworks on May 5, 2022
The Duchess of Sussex has been dogged by bullying allegations but has always vigorously denied them. She is pictured here meeting fans of hers on a walk in Windsor on September 10.
Meghan stares silently out the window as she is led from Westminster Abbey on Monday.
The posts were pinned this morning and one was deleted, although two others remain, in response to allegations that the Duchess has been a victim of racism.
‘Meghan has come to epitomize the arrival of America’s deranged culture wars in Britain. ‘
The Duchess of Sussex has been dogged by bullying allegations but has always vigorously denied them.
In June, Buckingham Palace said it “reviewed” its human resources policies in the wake of a report about allegations of bullying by Meghan.
But he added that he would never publish the investigation, with a source claiming at the time: “The family seems to be terrified of upsetting or provoking Harry and Meghan.”
The allegations surfaced 18 months ago following complaints from staff during a “toxic period” before the couple emigrated in early 2020.
The Duchess of Sussex met members of the public at Windsor Castle, Berks, on Saturday.
How the 2021 allegations played out with a statement from the Duchess of Sussex at the time saying it was a “calculated smear campaign”. Harry and Meghan were reportedly not interviewed as part of the investigation.
‘Broken’ royal aides recounted feeling humiliated, ‘sick’, ‘terrified’, ‘trembling’ with fear and reduced to tears.
Meghan was accused of inflicting ’emotional cruelty’ on her staff and ‘kicking them out’. One called the Sussexes “outrageous thugs”.
Lawyers for the Sussexes vehemently denied that the couple allegedly bullied or mistreated staff between late 2018 and early 2020.
Meghan then accused them of “perpetuating falsehoods” about her and Harry in her interview with Oprah Winfrey that was published hours after the allegations surfaced in March 2021.
Royal aides announced in March last year that they were launching an investigation into claims that Meghan’s ‘disparaging’ behavior while a hard-working member of the royal family kicked two personal assistants out of the house and ‘undermined the trust’ of a third.
Staff were said to be left crying and feeling ‘traumatised’, with some comparing their condition to post-traumatic stress.
The Royal House has hired an outside law firm, paid for privately by the family, to investigate the claims in a move some predicted could heighten tensions between Harry and Meghan and ‘the institution’.
The allegations have always been vigorously denied by the Duchess, whose lawyers described them at the time as a “calculated smear campaign”. They did not respond to requests for comment yesterday.
Last year, a palace spokesman made it clear details of the allegations, which Harry and Meghan’s concerned press secretary Jason Knauf pointed out to household staff at the time, would not be investigated.