Jeremy Clarkson, ‘Top Gear’ host, is Condemned for a ‘Deeply Migogynist’ Comment about Meghan Markle

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LONDON, ENGLAND – AUGUST 30,: Jeremy Clarkson attended the ITV Autumn Entertainment Launch at White City House, London, England on August 30, 2022. (Photo: Nick England/Getty Pictures; Meghan, Duchess Of Sussex, is seen at The State Funeral Of King Elizabeth II at Westminster Abbey, London, England, on September 19, 2022. Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was conceived in Mayfair, London, on 21 April 1926. She married Prince Philip in 1947. After the death her father, King George VI (the father), she ascended to the throne of Britain and Commonwealth on 6 February 1952. Queen Elizabeth II, who died in Balmoral Castle, Scotland, on September 8, 2022 was succeeded by King Charles III. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images).

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After writing an article for the newspaper, Jeremy Clarkson, a media personality is under fire. The Sun His “hate” Meghan Markle.

Ipso, the press regulator for Ipso, has received more than 6,000 complaints about Clarkson’s piece. According to the BBC. Published Friday by the U.K. outlet Top Gear The article’s host stated that he disliked the Duchess “on a cell level.”

“At night I can’t sleep as I lie there grinding my teeth, dreaming of the day when she will be paraded naked through every town in Britain, while the crowds chant, ‘Shame!’ “I throw lumps of excrement towards her,” he wrote in reference to the famous scene from Game of Thrones

Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister for Scotland, was also listed in the article as someone Clarkson “hates,” and called “deeply ogynist”, “just downright horrible and terrible” by the presenter.

According to reports, she stated that “I think what He said about Meghan Markle is deeply misogynist” The Times. “My overwhelming emotion regarding guys like Jeremy Clarkson was pity. What is it about someone so hateful that they end up writing such horrible things? This may give us a glimpse into Jeremy Clarkson’s character and personality. Perhaps he should just take a step back and begin to see the bigger picture.

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Sadiq Khan, Mayor London condemned the article Through Twitter: “Jeremy Clarkson should know that words can have serious consequences. These words aren’t a joke. We live in an epidemic of violence against girls and women, and men who have strong voices need to do better.

Clarkson’s little girl Emily added to the backlash. On her Instagram, she stated that “my views are and have been clear when it concerns misogyny. bullying and treatment of women through the media.” “I want it to be very clear that I oppose everything my dad wrote about Meghan Markle and that I support those who are subject to online hatred.”

Clarkson responded via Twitter Monday, stating that he was “horrified of having caused so many hurt.”

“Oh dear. He said, “Oh dear. “In a column that I wrote about Meghan I made a casual reference to a scene from Game of Thrones It has caused a lot of hurt to many people. “I’m ashamed to have caused so much pain and I will be more careful in the future.”

A spokesperson for Duke & Duchess Sussex declined comment.

Clarkson attended a Christmas lunch last week. Queen Camilla at Michelin-starred restaurant Murano in London. The event — hosted by Ewan Venters, former head of Fortnum & Mason — also saw guests such as Maggie Smith, Judi Dench and Piers Morgan.

Clarkson’s article was published amid Meghan and Prince Harry’s Netflix Docuseries. In which the couple discussed their struggles with intrusion from the press, social media threats.

In an emotional moment, the Duchess said, “I think people need to understand that when you plant hateful seeds, what they can grow into.”

Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex gesture during their visit to Canada House in thanks for the warm Canadian hospitality and support they received during their recent stay in Canada, in London on January 7, 2020

Prince Harry, Meghan, and Duchess Sussex make gestures at Canada House to express gratitude for the warm Canadian hospitality during their recent stay in Canada.

DANIEL LEAL/AFP Meghan Markle & Prince Harry

She continued, “Just a few days ago, while going through the manual for the security team at home and one of the pages I happened to flip to was about online monitoring.” They were like, “If you spot a tweet like that, please immediately report it to the head security.” It just said, “Meghan needs to be killed.” She must be killed. Perhaps it should be me. “

“And I was just like, ‘Okay.’ “That’s, like. What’s actually out there in the world because people create hate,” Meghan stated.

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