Prince Harry and Meghan Markle Allege Paparazzi Chased Them For 2 Hours in NY

In this blog post, I will share with you some of the details of the "near catastrophic" paparazzi car chase that Prince Harry and Meghan alleged to have experienced in New York on Tuesday night. The couple and Meghan's mother, Doria Ragland, were leaving the Women of Vision Awards at the Ziegfeld Ballroom when they were pursued by a "ring of highly aggressive paparazzi" for over two hours, according to their spokesperson . The chase resulted in multiple near collisions involving other drivers, pedestrians and two NYPD officers . The Sussexes had to switch cars during the chase, as the paparazzi ran red lights, drove into oncoming traffic and went the wrong way down one-way streets . The paparazzi wanted to find out where the couple was staying while they were in New York City. The couple's security team described the incident as chaotic and alarming, and said that the public were in jeopardy at several points. The couple was left shaken by the incident, but no one was hurt . The incident reminded many of the tragic death of Harry's mother, Princess Diana, who was killed in a car crash in Paris in 1997 while being chased by paparazzi. Harry has spoken out against the intrusive and unethical behavior of some media outlets in the past, and has sued several publications for invading his and his wife's privacy. The couple has also stepped back from their royal duties and moved to the US to seek a more peaceful and independent life. The paparazzi car chase in New York is another example of how the media can cross the line and endanger the lives of celebrities and their families. It also raises questions about the legal and ethical responsibilities of photographers and journalists who pursue public figures. How can we balance the right to information with the right to privacy? How can we protect celebrities from harassment and harm? How can we hold the media accountable for their actions? These are some of the questions that we need to address as a society.

In a shocking incident of a “near catastrophic” paparazzi car chase that Prince Harry and Meghan alleged to have experienced in New York on Tuesday night. The couple and Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, were leaving the Women of Vision Awards at the Ziegfeld Ballroom when they were pursued by a “ring of highly aggressive paparazzi” for over two hours, according to their spokesperson. The chase resulted in multiple near collisions involving other drivers, pedestrians, and two NYPD officers.

The Sussexes had to switch cars during the chase as the paparazzi ran red lights, drove into oncoming traffic, and went the wrong way down one-way streets. The paparazzi wanted to find out where the couple was staying while they were in New York City. The couple’s security team described the incident as chaotic and alarming and said the public was in jeopardy at several points. The incident shook the couple, but no one was hurt.

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The incident reminded many of the tragic death of Harry’s mother, Princess Diana, who was killed in a car crash in Paris in 1997 while being chased by paparazzi. Harry has spoken out against the intrusive and unethical behavior of some media outlets in the past and has sued several publications for invading his and his wife’s privacy. The couple has also stepped back from their royal duties and moved to the US to seek a more peaceful and independent life.

 

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