Patrick J. Adams defends Suits co-star Meghan Markle, slams Royal Family amid “obscene” bullying allegations
Amid allegations that Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle bullied members of her staff while she was part of the British royal family, Markle’s former Suits co-star Patrick J. Adams has come on her defense.
In a series of pointed tweets on Friday, Adams referred to the royal family as an institution “that has outlived its relevance, whose credibility is vastly overshadowed and apparently undermines decency,” while he described Markle as “a powerful woman with a profound sense of.” Morals and Morals “denoted a wild work ethic. “
Recalling their time together in suits – they played the love interests of Mike Ross and Rachel Zane, with Markle leaving after season seven – Adams said Markle was an “enthusiastic, kind, cooperative, giving, joyful, and supportive member” the Suits family. and she “stayed that person” even after gaining new fame in her relationship with Prince Harry.
On Tuesday, the British Times reported that Markle had faced a bullying complaint from one of its close advisors, Press Secretary Jason Knauf, who alleged Markle’s treatment of Kensington Palace staff had removed two personal assistants from the household. According to the report, Knauf said Markle had humiliated employees and exposed them, among other things, to “emotional cruelty and manipulation”.
The British newspaper The Daily Mirror has since reported that at least 10 royal aides who have worked for the Duke and Duchess plan to work together on an investigation into claims ordered by Queen Elizabeth II. “The royal household has had a dignity at work policy in place for a number of years and does not and will not tolerate bullying or harassment in the workplace,” Buckingham Palace said in a statement on the allegations, while he was spokesman for Markle said, the Duchess was “saddened by this recent attack on her character, especially as someone who was the target of self-bullying”.
Adams continued his defense of Markle (who is currently pregnant with their second child), saying he was “sick” from the “endless racist, defamatory, clicking” treatment by the UK media. [whose] The newest member is currently growing INSIDE HER, promoting and reinforcing allegations of “bullying” against a woman who was essentially forced to flee to the UK [to] protect their family and their own mental health. “
“Find someone to admonish, curse, and torment,” concluded Adams. “My friend Meghan is a way out of your league.”
The creator of suits, Aaron Korsh, vouched for Markle in a tweet on Friday: “Meghan Markle is not a monster. She is a strong woman with a kind heart who tries to cope with an unimaginable situation, ”he wrote. “I don’t know the details of an incident from years ago, but if late night emails turn you into a terrible person, I’ll be going to hell 50 times.”
The claims against Markle come just days before she and Prince Harry will speak to Oprah Winfrey in a prime-time CBS interview that will air at 8/7 a.m. on Sunday, March 7th.