Meghan Markle's Half-Brother Mocks Duchess Over Alleged Fake Pregnancies
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The Duchess of Sussex's estranged half-brother Thomas Markle Jr. makes fun of her in a brutal YouTube video in which he accused her of faking her pregnancies.

AceShowbiz - Meghan Markle's family feud isn't over just yet. The Duchess of Sussex's estranged half-brother made fun of her in a brutal YouTube video in which he accused her of faking her pregnancies.

The 87-minute video, which was posted on his channel on Wednesday, April 10, saw Thomas Markle Jr. wearing a wig and a tiara. He additionally stuffed a pillow up his shirt to imitate a pregnant woman.

"My name's Me-again Swamp-donkey Crotch," he said. "I was just showing off the new bump I bought used on eBay out of Montecito."

Upon watching the damning video, royal commentator Jennie Bond called it a "betrayal." She told Daily Mail, "To have your own flesh and blood lead the assault must feel like the ultimate betrayal for Meghan," adding that the footage was "grotesque."

In the video, Thomas shamelessly revealed his plan in milking his connection to Meghan even though they haven't spoken to each other for more than a decade. "If you don't like it, don't watch, right? I'm gonna be riding those coattails, baby," he said. "Oh, yeah, if it wasn't for Meghan Markle I don't know what I'd be doing."

According to The Mirror, Thomas is set to launch a range of merchandise, including lines of glasses, mugs and T-shirts.

Thomas wasn't the only Meghan's half-sibling who attacked her following her marriage to Prince Harry. Last month, the mom of two won the defamation lawsuit brought against her by her half-sister, Samantha Markle. The judge dismissed the suit against the royal with prejudice, meaning Samantha cannot level her claim again.

Obtained by Page Six, the court documents stated that state Samantha "failed to identify any statements that could support a claim for defamation or defamation-by-implication by this point, her third try at amending her complaint." The judge also pointed out that no defamation was found in Meghan and Prince Harry's Netflix docuseries "Meghan & Harry", Omid Scobie's "Finding Freedom" as well as the couple's CBS sit-down with Oprah Winfrey back in March 2021.

In her lawsuit, Samantha accused Meghan of making "false and malicious statements" during her sit-down with Winfrey. She claimed that the "Suits" alum lied about being "an only child" and about the timeframe of their interaction. Meghan's attorney, meanwhile, called the lawsuit "baseless and absurd" and "a continuation of a pattern of disturbing behavior."

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