Lawyer speaks her truth. But judge rules that recollections may vary.
An Indian lawyer who was catfished by a fake online account, brought a legal action against Prince Harry, believing he had promised to marry her.
Lawyer Palwinder Kaur filed a petition at the Punjab and Haryana High Court, claiming that Prince Harry had contacted her on social media and, after exchanging some correspondence, he'd asked for her hand in marriage.
But neither a wedding at St George's chapel, or a private garden wedding by the Archbishop of Canterbury followed the proposal.
Kaur requested Indian authorities issue an international arrest warrant to apprehend Prince Harry and compel him to fulfill his promise of marriage "without further delay."
The lawyer's petition was filed against "Prince Harry Middleton son of Prince Charles Middleton", highlighting that Kaur was unaware of the full name of her 'betrothed', or recent family politics. Kaur requested the UK police take action against Harry, as "despite a promise to marry the petitioner, the said promise has not been fulfilled."
Kaur told the court she had written to Prince Charles to inform him that she was engaged to Harry. But she admitted to the judge that she had never met the Duke.
The judge ruled that there was no proof that Kaur had messaged Prince Harry. He said there were many fake profiles online (true), and the petition was "just a day-dreamer's fantasy about marrying Prince Harry".
The High Court's decision, posted online by Live Law India, can be seen here:
Clearly, Kaur should have tried Lawyr instead.