Duke of Delusion: Prince Harry Slammed for His 'Addiction to Litigation' as Numerous Court Cases Drag On

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The Duke of Sussex outside of London's High Court in June 2023.

Dec. 12 2023, Published 5:48 p.m. ET

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Harry, Duke of Sussex, may need to "go into treatment" for his "addiction to litigation."

"Harry needs to not only cut his losses with this case but with his attitude to the press," Lady Colin Campbell told an outlet.

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Prince Harry is currently suing Associated Newspapers for a story written about him in February 2022.

"Harry has an addiction to litigation. That is a legal category called vexatious litigant. Harry needs to go into treatment and realize it’s one thing if the press defames you, it’s quite another thing to scratch around looking for all sorts of things trying to attack a free press when you are supporting the right to a press to be free. Harry is anti-free speech. He called the First Amendment 'bonkers.' Harry needs to grow up and realize if he is going to behave as a prince and claim to be one, he needs to start to act as one," she added.

This insight comes amid the fifth in line to the throne's lawsuit against Associated Newspapers in the U.K. On Monday, December 11, a judge dismissed the Montecito Duke's bid to have the newspaper conglomerate's defense of his claim thrown out. The judge further added that Harry should pay the corporation £48,447 "on account" before the start of 2024.

The Duke of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers in relation to a 2022 news story they ran about his legal challenge against the British government following a decision to change his state-funded security arrangements when visiting the U.K.

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The Duke of Sussex's attorneys are arguing that Associated Newspapers maliciously sensationalized the truth behind the court claim.

The father-of-two's attorneys called the story "an attack on his honesty and integrity" and added how it "purported to reveal, in sensational terms" the court documents "contradicted public statements he had previously made about his willingness to pay for police protection for himself and his family whilst in the U.K."

"I don’t think he deserves [it]. It’s police with guns. He can get a second-grade one if he wants with no trouble at all. But if he wants that, he takes them off the street for people like you and me. They will have to have four of them, [and] three times a day they change. I think that’s really dangerous. I hope that the decision that’s made is that he can have very good protection," royal biographer Angela Levin told a publication when discussing how Harry's wish would remove police from the streets of London.

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle both stepped down as senior, working royals in early 2020.

In a prepared statement that was read in the courtroom, Harry attempted to shift the blame for "Megxit" away from himself and Meghan Markle.

"The U.K. is my home. The U.K. is central to the heritage of my children and a place [where] I want them to feel at home as much as where they live at the moment in the U.S. That cannot happen if it’s not possible to keep them safe when they are on U.K. soil," he shared.

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Prince Harry is currently arguing multiple court claims in Britain.

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GBN interviewed Lady Colin Campbell.

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