Former Good Morning Britain (GMB) presenter Piers Morgan claimed he was under attack from those criticising his disbelief at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s Royal Family claims. While speaking to Fox News’s Tucker Carlson, Mr Morgan argued Meghan Markle wanted him to conform to her version of events after he said he did not believe her story. He added that he had not only faced criticism from the public but Meghan Markle as she launched a complaint against him at Ofcom, the Government-approved regulatory body.
He said that he only discovered she made a complaint after ITV had asked him to leave his show, Good Morning Britain.
Mr Morgan said: “What I didn’t know and what was a fascinating thing to discover after I left GMB was that Meghan Markle, between the Monday and Tuesday, had made a personal complaint to the boss of ITV, Dame Carolyn McCall.
“I didn’t know that and I was never told that.
“I do not know what pressure Meghan was directly putting on but I know she did personally contact her.
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“I also know that Meghan and Prince Harry did contact Ofcom which is a Government regulatory body that is designed to regulate what we put out on news shows.
“I was under attack by Meghan, both directly to my boss and the Government regulatory body.
“I was under attack to basically conform to her version of events and I had to believe her.
“I had to believe her otherwise I was a callous racist and I should be condemned and ultimately as it turned out by the end of the day, lose my job.
“I think that is a pretty perilous slope.”
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