Attempted sale of palace items on eBay gets Meghan Markle into legal trouble: she faces a possible prison sentence

Meghan Markle faces potential legal trouble and the threat of jail time after her attempts to sell palace items on eBay were thwarted by King Charles. Allegations of misconduct have been made, with Meghan accused of entering the palace and selling stolen goods on the popular online marketplace.
In a recent development, an anonymous source who describes himself as a “palace thief” has made startling claims against Meghan Markle. According to this source, Meghan was allegedly involved in two separate incidents involving the sale of stolen goods from the palace during her visits as a guest of the Prince and Princess of Wales.

The first alleged incident occurred when Meghan allegedly sneaked into Princess Charlotte’s nursery and took photos. Suspicion arose when palace staff noticed a connection between this break-in and the theft of various items from the palace. In addition, allegations of bullying towards employees have emerged in connection with these incidents.

Meghan’s actions became even more daring when she was reportedly caught red-handed by a vigilant palace employee while in Prince Charlotte’s room. Interestingly, Meghan was also accused of taking photos of the nursery while Princess Charlotte was sleeping. When Duchess Catherine of Cambridge raised concerns about Prince William and Prince Harry, Meghan defended her actions and insisted she had done nothing wrong.

It is important to note that these events occurred at a time when initial allegations of theft, bullying and internal leaks at the palace were already being investigated. Secret investigations were then launched into the disappearance of numerous objects from the palace, some of which had been sold on eBay and Etsy.

While the person responsible was arrested at the palace, Meghan’s involvement in the tracking and seizure of previously sold items appears to have been overlooked. Now let’s move on to the recent verdict of a palace employee named Ada, who worked as a kitchen assistant at Buckingham Palace. Ada was sentenced to eight months in prison for committing three thefts between November 2019 and August 2020. Police recovered a significant amount of stolen items from his work area with a total estimated value of approximately $136,000. Some of these stolen items were sold on eBay for a fraction of their actual value.

The stolen items included prestigious medals and a photo album containing pictures from the Queen’s state banquet during President Trump’s visit to the UK in June 2019. Ada claimed he resorted to theft due to financial difficulties and even took a limited edition pocket watch and a Samsung Mobile phone made specifically for Prince Andrew’s second son.

Amid these legal developments, Meghan Markle’s public image appears to be on a downward trend. Her and Prince Harry’s popularity, which had peaked with successful Netflix projects and best-selling books, has now suffered a slump. Some have suggested that Meghan may need to distance herself from Harry’s victim narrative in order to regain public favor.

The changing perception of the Sussexes from celebrated figures to a controversial couple raises questions about their chosen path and the need for Megan to redefine her public image. The numbers seem to paint a striking picture of this shift in public opinion.


Charles Jones

Charles Jones is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Charles Jones joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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