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Saturday Mar 06 2021
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Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s court war with small-business owner turns ugly

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In the midst of his already multiple tedious battles with the British royal family, Prince Harry has found himself entwined in yet another controversy.

A small-business owner from Philadelphia is insisting that he refuses to get “swallowed in by a greedy monster” after his deodorant brand Archewell Harvatera got entwined into a legal battle with the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s Archewell Foundation—which is a tribute to their son.

Victor Martin Soriano who is the owner of the business chose to call his company Archewell Harvatera a few months after the couple made the announcement about their foundation last year.

Speaking to the World Trademark Review, Soriano said: “You bet I can slug it out with them when it comes to legality, which I will.”

“I expect Meghan to take me head-on. All I can say is bring it on — I’ll fight you, you’ll see. We both have active [trade]marks so it’s a showdown and I’m not backing out if that’s how they handle things. It’s a duel to death, I will never give up!” he said.

He further spoke about his decision to fight the pair while talking to The Sun: The foundation is okay, but it’s how she [Meghan] treats other people.”

“I think I should win because I’m a small guy from a poor small country about to be swallowed by a greedy monster. I must succeed in this fight. If the Queen asks me to withdraw, I will do it promptly, no questions asked,” he said.