Meghan Markle and Backgrid, a paparazzi agency. Backgrid has accused Markle of lying about the car chase incident, claiming that Markle herself called them to arrange the photos.

Backgrid released a statement on their website, saying that they had “received a call from Meghan Markle’s team on January 20, 2023, requesting that we send photographers to photograph her and Prince Harry leaving their home in Montecito, California.”

The statement goes on to say that “Meghan Markle was smiling and waving at the photographers as she left her home,” and that “there was no sign of any danger or threat.”

Backgrid’s statement has been met with mixed reactions. Some people believe that the agency is telling the truth, while others believe that Markle is being unfairly targeted. It is still unclear what exactly happened on the day of the car chase, but Backgrid’s statement has certainly added to the controversy.

Here are some additional details about the situation:

Backgrid is a paparazzi agency that has been in business for over 20 years.

The agency has a reputation for being aggressive and intrusive, and it has been accused of harassing celebrities in the past.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have accused the paparazzi of stalking them, and they have filed several lawsuits against the agencies.

The car chase incident took place on January 20, 2023, in Montecito, California.

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were leaving their home when they were followed by a group of paparazzi.

The couple’s car was forced to speed up to escape the paparazzi, and it was later reported that the car had been scratched in the incident.

Backgrid has released a statement claiming that Meghan Markle herself called them to arrange the photos.

The statement has been met with mixed reactions, with some people believing that Backgrid is telling the truth and others believing that Meghan Markle is being unfairly targeted.

It is important to note that Backgrid’s statement has not been independently verified. Markle has not responded to the allegations, and it is possible that she will do so in the future. However, for now, Backgrid’s statement remains unsubstantiated.

In response to Backgrid’s statement, Markle’s lawyers have said that the agency is “spreading false information” and that they are “considering all legal options.” The lawyers have also said that Markle “has never asked for or authorized the release of any photos of her or her family.”