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Samantha Markle Suffers Broken Ankle After Confrontation With Paparazzi

Samantha Markle Suffers Broken Ankle After Confrontation With Paparazzi

He then drove her to an emergency room where doctors were treating her. After the sketchy situation was exposed, Thomas pulled out of walking Meghan down the aisle at her wedding.

Meghan Markle's half-sister has reportedly been injured in a vehicle crash after a confrontation with a photographer.

Meghan Markle's half-sister, Samantha Grant, was taken to hospital Wednesday night after a auto crash following a confrontation with paparazzi, according to her boyfriend.

Samantha's boyfriend Mark told the outlet that they were driving in Florida near a toll booth when they had a "paparazzi confrontation".

Samantha has also found herself pinned as the villain in her princess-to-be sister's fairytale after taking responsibility for the "staged" paparazzi photos of her father.

Her foot was twisted backwards and he rushed to the hospital the place she is reportedly being handled by docs.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are still going ahead with the wedding this Saturday at St. George's Chapel
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are nonetheless going forward with the marriage this Saturday at St. George’s Chapel Getty – Contributor

Grant added: "She doesn't have a relationship with anyone in the family".

She continued, "She's not qualified to suggest that I don't [speak out] under any law in this country".

Now it seems another member of the Markle family has been hospitalised.

A source told The Sun Online: "Thomas and Doria are now barely speaking to one another". Another TMZ article has revealed that Thomas Markle Sr. has made it through heart surgery. "You have been trashing her for two years, you little vulture!"

After Meghan wore a £56,000 (AUD $100,000) designer dress for her engagement photo, Samantha Markle, 52, said: "If you can spend (USD) $75,000 on a dress, you can spend $75,000 on your dad".





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