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    "We all know what it is...": Naomi Campbell defends Meghan Markle against tabloids

    "We all know what it is...": Naomi Campbell defends Meghan Markle against tabloids

    In an interview with the Guardian, published on Saturday, November 16, the 49-year-old model criticizes the media treatment of the Duchess of Sussex. She discusses the damage caused by tabloids to public figures. 


    Meghan Markle can count on a new ally of weight. In an interview with The Guardian, published Saturday, November 16, Naomi Campbell expressed her support for the Duchess of Sussex, a victim of British tabloid attacks. "We all know what it is," said the 49-year-old model. I saw how they treat Raheem Sterling (an Anglo-Jamaican footballer, Ed), how they talk about Lewis Hamilton and Serena Williams. I do not know how Meghan Markle deals with that, and I'm really glad she started legal proceedings to defend herself. "Prince Harry's wife has indeed sued the Daily Mail for" harming his life " as the latter announced in early October.

    "I will not be hostage to my past"

    Already, in 2004, Naomi Campbell sued the English tabloid when journalist Piers Morgan published pictures of one of her Narcotics Anonymous meetings - a lawsuit she won. If the supermodel claims to have never met the Duchess Sussex - and not to have "plans to do so" - she once again hailed her initiative in the Guardian columns. "When I heard she was suing, I said," Well done, that's good for her, "" continues the model. If Naomi Campbell "never evokes the word" racism "" during this interview, The Guardian says it is implied by the dummy.

    The queen of the podiums also spoke of repeated tabloid attacks against her. "I will not be hostage to my past," she said. Accused of complicity with Harvey Weinstein and Jeffrey Epstein for posing with them on certain clich├ęs, Naomi Campbell contradicted these accusations that she considers "unfair": "I met thousands of people at events, and I was photographed with them - there are pictures of me with everyone, explained the supermodel. Are you going to talk about me alone, when there are hundreds of people photographed with these people, that you do not care to mention? "Thirty-three years after her debut, Naomi Campbell seems more determined than never to counter his detractors.

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