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Targeting the royal family seems to have become a selling point. Criticism of the Kingdom and “disclosure of rights violations” have become a norm in the promotion of memoirs, web series, etc.
In the latter case, a royal family holiday was added to make the story of the Netflix blockbuster filming in Bradford more interesting.
The director of the blockbuster “Six Three Eight” is Harry and Meghan’s friend Tyler Perry, the Daily Mail reports, adding that the 53-year-old appeared in the couple’s Netflix documentary and accused the royal family of abuse.
The billionaire claimed that the Palace cut off the Sussexes’ money and cut off their security – “everything a hitman would do”.
Perry claimed she knew the “signs” of coercive control and abuse after watching her late mother Maxine being abused by her alcoholic father Emmitt.
Referring to Meghan and Harry, Perry said: “She was abused. And she was. I knew the signs, I saw it. I saw my mother being abused for years.
The British publication adds that Perry, speaking about the palace’s behavior, said: “To use an institution to try and do all the things that a striker would do, that’s what we’re going to do, we’re going to stop the money. .., do not leave you with security, we will do all these things so that you will obey and return.
“And for both of them to be able to say, ‘If it’s a palace, I don’t care, I’m leaving,’ I applaud that.”
Perry revealed that she reached out to Meghan for her support ahead of her wedding day.
“Just two years after Meghan married Harry, she called Perry again to say she was scared.”
Perry revealed after the phone call that he had offered his $18 million Beverly Hills home to the couple to use as their private residence after leaving the monarchy.
Perry has directed three previous films for Netflix, including Fall From Grace, Madea’s Homecoming and Jazzman’s Blues.