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Thomas Markle told the Mail on Sunday: “The first time he threatened me was after I took [my friend and her daughter] for pizza and we were photographed by the paparazzi. “He texted me saying, “I will kick you a, you fat F*****.” “I wrote back saying, ‘You don’t even know me, what’s wrong with you? Why would you feel threatened by a 74-year-old man?’ “He thought something sexual was going on between [her] and me but it’s not. Meghan Markle’s father has received ‘death threats’ (Image: ITV) The suspect is reported to have slashed Thomas Markle’s tyres (Image: ITV) Thomas Markle continues to adapt to life in the public eye (Image: ITV) “I’ve helped her financially so that she could get to a safe place to live with her daughter.” The threats come as Thomas Markle continues to adapt to life in the public eye following his daughter’s marriage to Prince Harry. The ex-boyfriend has reportedly carried out ‘a campaign of terror’ against Mr Markle’s friend and her daughter. The incidents have been reported to the police as part of an eight-page document. The report reads: “He grabbed me by the neck while twisting it, as if he was choking me and I have pictures of these aggressions. “He goes to my uncle’s house (referring to Thomas Markle) and tells him that he is going to kill him because he is constantly hiding me and threatens and insults him.” In an interview with the Mail on Sunday, the victim said: “Tom has been nothing but a supportive friend. Meghan Markle and Prince Harry got married earlier this year (Image: GETTY) “He’s been a rock for me and my daughter and I’m sorry he’s been dragged into this violent and abusive situation. “He’s the most genuine and kind person I know and the most stable male figure my daughter has ever known.
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There was a problem saving your notification. Whenever Camille Hunte posts new content, you’ll get an email delivered to your inbox with a link. Email notifications are only sent once a day, and only if there are new matching items. Shiraz Khan, president of the Sheep and Goat Farmers Association make a point during a press conference at (BIGWU) head office, Barataria, on Wednesday. Looking on at left is research officer of the (OWTU) Ozzi Warwick and Lynsley Doodhai President Trinidad and Tobago Unified Teachers Association (TTUTA). On September 7, there may be no nurses in the hospitals, no maxi and taxi drivers on the roads and no teachers in schools as the Joint Trade Union Movement (JTUM) has called on the workforce to engage in a day of “rest and reflection”. The various unions representing nurses, teachers, drivers, farmers, communication workers, and several others this morning directed their membership to stay away from work next Friday in protest of the government’s decision to shut down the Petrotrin Point-a-Pierre refinery. Speaking during a news conference at the Banking, Insurance and General Workers Union (BIGWU) headquarters in Barataria, the various union leaders said they stood in solidarity with the oil workers who have lost their jobs. They warned the government to rethink the decision or risk starting a “war with labour”. “We not going to take that damn stupidness from you, Rowley,” said President of the Farmers Union Shiraz Khan. The Maxi Taxi Association indicated it members, too, would not be out on duty next Friday.
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