- A lawsuit filed by Harry and Meghan in Los Angeles last week alleges ‘serial intrusions’ into 14-month-old Archie’s privacy
- They have accused photographers of putting misleading captions on pictures of Archie in the back garden in order to suggest they were taken in a public place
- On Friday an LA judge granted their application to serve subpoenas on three LA photo agencies that could be handling the pictures at issue
- The photos were allegedly taken by a drone flying above Hollywood producer Tyler Perry’s $18 million Beverly Hills mansion where Prince Harry and Meghan have been living since March
- The lawsuit claims that drones and helicopters entered the privacy of the airspace above the couple’s LA residence
- It also aims to ‘uncover and stop those who seek to profit from these illegal actions,’ the complaint says
- Lawyers will now ‘immediately serve’ subpoenas for the business records photo agencies that broker celebrity photos
A lawsuit filed by Harry and Meghan in Los Angeles last week alleges 'serial intrusions' into 14-month-old Archie's privacy.