Meghan Markle calls black teenager "set on fire in racist attack"

Carla Harmon
July 2, 2020

The Duchess of Sussex and husband Prince Harry called her over the weekend to "offer their support and hopefully be a small source of comfort".

Boyle told People that Meghan called herself to connect and arrange for her and Harry's visit to Homeboy Industries shortly after George Floyd's death.

Meghan's spouse, Britain's Prince Harry, also briefly joined the chat to share a several terms of encouragement for Althea, in accordance to Michael Johnson, CEO and President of the Boys & Women Golf equipment of Dane County, who assisted to place the trio in contact.

Bernstein was in her vehicle when she was reportedly targeted by four white men in a racially-charged attack last week.

One allegedly tossed a flaming lighter at her, setting her neck and face on fire.

And the Duchess has even presented to engage in motivational speaker for youthful women in the Wisconsin-place Boys & Women Golf equipment, addressing youngsters in a digital city corridor, which Johnson strategies to established up in the coming months.

Johnson added that Bernstein was "moved" by the conversation with Meghan and Harry. She went on to say that she does not remember much about what happened, just that her "fight or flight" response kicked in after the attack and helped her get home safely.

"[Meghan Markle] had become the subject of a large number of false and damaging articles by the United Kingdom tabloid media, specifically by the [Mail on Sunday], which caused tremendous emotional distress and damage to her mental health", the documents read. "I talked to her three or four times today, and I'll tell you Meghan lifted her spirits".

"I haven't really slept and I don't have an appetite, so it's just - I don't want anyone to ever feel like this", she said.

The legal papers also stated that Meghan is "a member of the royal family and does not undertake paid work", but the Duchess of Sussex falsified those claims by naming Princess Beatrice and Princess Eugenie as well as Prince Michael of Kent. "Thank you for caring!"

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