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Prince Harry Joins Elton John, Elizabeth Hurley, & Others In Lawsuit Against Publisher Associated Newspapers

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Associated Newspapers, known as the publisher behind British tabloids Daily Mail and Mail on Sunday, is in deep water… YET AGAIN. Prince Harry is joining Elton John and his husband, David Furnish, as well as actors Elizabeth Hurley, Sadie Frost, and campaigner Doreen Lawrence, and Baroness Lawrence of Clarendon, in a lawsuit against the publisher, filed on Sunday.

According to Hamlins law firm, which is representing Prince Harry and Sadie, the celebs allege to be: Related: Royal Family ‘Hugely Nervous’ About Prince Harry’s Upcoming Memoir Elton, David, Elizabeth, and Doreen are all being represented legally by Gunnercooke law firm.

Court records, filed in London’s High Court Thursday by Gunnercooke, claim the publisher is guilty of “misuse of private information,” while the Hamlins firm has yet to officially enter documents on behalf of their clients.

It’s in these newly revealed papers though that they allege Associated Newspapers hired private investigators to tap into phone conversations, paid police officials for sensitive information, impersonated hospital staff to acquire financial information, and bug the homes and cars of the celebs “through illicit means and manipulation.” Wild!

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