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Chandigarh Woman Tried To Sue Prince Harry For Not Marrying Her: Hilarious Or Malicious?

Woman Duped In The Name Of Prince Harry
Woman moves to High Court in order to sue Price Harry for giving her false hopes of marriage and backing up later. The Court, sympathizing with the woman for falling victim to catfishing, quashes her petition.

Palwinder Kaur hailing from the city of Chandigarh has claimed that Prince Harry Charles promised that he will marry her before he backed out. She further argued that Harry intended to marry her before marrying Meghan Markle.

Woman Duped In The Name Of Prince Harry

Kaur argued the case on her own without a lawyer. She attached the communications between her and Prince Harry in her petition while submitting it to the court.

Kaur had even sent messages to Prince Charles, Prince Harry’s father and asked him to cooperate over the impending wedding rituals. However, it is found out that Kaur has never met either of them in real life. She only came across them over social media.

Nonetheless, Kaur wanted to sue Prince Harry for his “false promises” and wanted to see him behind the bars. She seemed legal actions against him.

However, The High Court of Punjab and Haryana did not take her petition seriously and declared the case null and void. The reason for the same was not only the hilarious and unbelievable claims of the woman but the poorly presented draft. The draft lacked proper evidence of their communications and was filled with grammatical errors. The attachments of emails that she presented had many parts deleted.

The body mocked, “There is every possibility that so-called Prince Harry may be sitting in a cybercafe of a village in Punjab, looking for greener pastures for himself.”

The Court, further, showed sympathy for the woman who seemed to have believed the fake conversation between her and the fake profile. It mentioned, “This Court finds no ground to entertain this petition and can only show its sympathy for the petitioner that she has believed such fake conversation to be true.”