Prince Harry and Meghan slammed the photo agency for the car chase

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle they asked a photo agency to provide footage of their near-catastrophic car chase in New York.

The couple, who reportedly requested the admission to improve their security, received an unfavorable response from the agency. They stressed that Harry and Markle have no right to apply because they are not entitled to such benefits in America.

Shortly after news of the car chase broke, the couple’s representatives issued a statement criticizing the paparazzi for putting Harry and Meghan’s lives at risk.

Read on to learn more.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s demand for car chase footage

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Grayling Page sixHarry and his wife Markle have asked photo agency Backgrid to hand over copies of all the “photos, videos and films” they took after their “near-disastrous car chase”.

The incident happened on Tuesday night when the couple was in New York at an event.

“We are now demanding that Backgrid immediately provide copies of all photos, videos and films taken by freelance photographers last night after the couple left the event and in the next few hours,” the Sussexes’ letter read. lawyers.

It was claimed that the former senior royals requested the footage to improve their security, but were surprisingly met with a distasteful response from the photo agency.

Lawyers for Backgrid hit back at the Sussexes, saying that “third parties can’t just claim it and give it to them” in America, unlike what they were used to as royals in Britain.

The photo agency denies claims of a “near-fatal” stalking of Sussex

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The photography agency has denied claims by the royal family that their agency’s photographers took pictures of a near miss involving them.

“According to the photographers present, there was no collision or near-collision during the incident,” Backgrid USA told the publication.

The agency also noted that the Sussexes were never in “imminent danger at any point” and were “not pursued by extremely aggressive paparazzi.”

As for the photographers staying with the Sussexes, Backgrid noted that their responsibility is to “cover newsworthy events and personalities, including public figures such as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.”

However, the company assured Prince Harry and Meghan that they would continue to look into the situation, although it was unclear how they would do so.

Meghan Markle’s mother was in the car

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Markle’s mother was also involved in the “near fatal” car chase as she joined her daughter and son-in-law to attend the event in New York.

The former actress’ mother is reportedly “terrified” by the shocking incident, which has also upset the Sussexes.

A source claimed the chase “started with 12 paparazzi and ended with four chasing (Meghan, Harry and Doria)”. Page six.

It was also reported that the couple’s “security went out of their way to lose (photographers)” and recorded several videos as evidence.

While the occupants of the car did not appear to be injured, the same could not be said for the paparazzi, as one of them reportedly crashed a car while another nearly hit an NYPD officer amid the drama.

Representatives for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle released a statement

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The statement from Harry and Meghan’s representatives came shortly after news of the car chase broke, slamming paparazzi for putting their lives at risk.

“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Ms. Ragland were involved in a disastrous car chase by an extremely aggressive ring of paparazzi,” read the statement, which it said lasted more than two hours.

He continued: “While being a public figure comes with a certain level of public interest, this should never come at the expense of anyone’s safety.”

The shocking incident comes after the UK Home Office announced that Harry could not pay for a private police force to keep his family safe.

The prince and his wife were previously removed after stepping down as senior royals in 2020.

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