Prince Harry testifies in court, claiming lack of knowledge about phone-tapping allegations

Prince Harry testifies in British court regarding alleged breaches of privacy by Associated Papers, stating that his lack of knowledge created paranoia and strained personal relationships.

Along with other high-profile names, Harry is suing Associated Papers, the owner of The Daily Mail, over accusations of phone tapping and privacy invasions, which the publisher denies.

Harry claims he was unaware of these invasions until seeking legal counsel outside the royal family in 2019. He and his wife, Meghan, have filed lawsuits against News Group Newspapers Limited and Associated Papers, and Harry vows to hold the latter accountable for their actions.

He states that evidence of wrongdoing and cover-ups at Associated Papers demonstrates that they not only acted outside the law but believe they are above it, and he is determined to seek justice for all involved.