Prince Harry: “Greedy” private investigator apologizes for robbing the Duke of Sussex of his teenage years

Prince Harry: "Greedy" private investigator apologizes for robbing the Duke of Sussex of his teenage years

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According to private investigator Gavin Burrows, Prince Harry sold more newspapers than his brother. Editors told him putting Harry on the front page would sell more newspapers than the Duke of Cambridge. “As explained to me by a couple of editors, Harry had basically become the new Diana,” he said. Mr Burrows is a witness in a legal case against the News of The World and The Sun, according to the BBC, but his claims are yet to be tested in court and are disputed.

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The High Court heard last year that a journalist at The Sun was sent Ms Davy’s phone billing data, which had been illegally obtained, by another private investigator. Follow the Daily podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Spreaker. Documents disclosed to the claimants’ legal team were said to reveal in 2005, South Africa-based private investigator, Mike Behr, sent Ms Davy’s phone records to The Sun’s then-royal correspondent, Duncan Larcombe, in an email titled “March records”. A spokesperson for Harry and Meghan’s Archewell Foundation declined to comment. NGN has been approached for comment.

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