Just when you thought there couldn’t be more scandal surrounding Meghan Markle, shock new reports claim her ex-husband Trevor Engelson could be gearing up to finally break his silence on their doomed two-year marriage.
Meghan, who has been making headlines thanks to her dad Thomas Markle’s refusal to stay silent, is now being targeted once again by her half-sister, Samantha.
Samantha has spoken out, claiming Meghan’s ex Trevor is fed up with how he’s been treated during the duchess’ whirlwind romance to Prince Harry.
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“He said he was devastated, that he felt like a piece of gum at the bottom of his shoe,” Samantha told the Sun. “He slammed Meg.”
Meghan and US TV producer Trevor were married in 2011, with the couple college sweethearts after they met at Northwestern University in Illinois in 2004.
It was then the Suits star landed her breakthough role as Rachel Zane on the hit legal drama, and relocated to Toronto for filming, while her hubby stayed in the US.
The distance took its toll and the pair called it quits on their marriage just two years later, with Meghan reportedly sending her wedding and engagement rings back by post.
Fast forward to now, and Meghan, 37, is in the midst of newlywed bliss after tying the knot to Prince Harry in May.
But that all might be about to change, according to her sister Samantha.
The 53-year-old author claims Trevor was laying low during the media circus that was the royal wedding over fears of a Hollywood backlash, but has had enough.
The TV producer is reportedly even in plans to film a comedy loosely based on Meghan, with the plotline revolving around an American man forced to share curstoy with his ex, who so happens, marries into the British royal family.
While there’s no word on whether the project has gotten the green light, Samantha claims Trevor won’t “back down” when it comes to getting his show across the line.
“It’s not directly about her and she doesn’t have a copyright on all things royal,” she told the Sun.
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