Before Meghan Markle married Prince Harry and became the Duchess of Sussex, she was just another MAW (model/actress/whatever) trying to make it in Hollywood.
And for much of that time, she was romantically involved with a film director and producer named Trevor Engelson.
Meghan and Trevor were married for two years, and by all accounts, the relationship did not end well.
No one is sure of exactly what drove these two apart, but we know that Meg sent Trevor her wedding and engagement rings back via registered mail, which actually tells us quite a bit.
The breakup was so ugly that she wanted to purge her life of all reminders, and she was willing to pay money to avoid any risk of coming face-to-face with Engelson again.
Engelson shopped a TV series loosely based on his relationship with Meghan, but thus far, he’s declined all offers to speak with the press about their
Unfortunately, Meg’s psychotic family is more than happy to speak to the media on Trevor’s behalf.
In case you’re somehow still blissfully unaware of their presence, Meghan’s siblings are the absolute worst.
Her sister, Samantha Markle, is the worst of the bunch.
In fact, Sam has taken such pleasure in raining on Meg’s parade that she dropped her married name, Grant, and picked up Markle so that no one would doubt her connection to the Duchess.
Ya know, even though they haven’t talked in over a decade and Samantha wasn’t invited to the wedding.
Basically, every time Samantha Markle talks to the press, you know you’re in for a load of hot garbage, and her latest interview with UK trash-rag The Sun is no exception.
“He said he was devastated, that he felt like a piece of gum at the bottom of his shoe,” Samantha said when asked about Meghan and Trevor’s divorce.
“He slammed Meg,” she added.
We guess Sam would know, as she’s literally trying to make a career out of slamming Meg.
As for Engelson’s TV show, Samantha says it may never see the light of day, but that’s not a result of Meg’s clout.
“I don’t think Trevor would back down on that or think it’s offensive to Meg,” Sam says.
“I think because Meg and Harry were inviting half of Hollywood to their wedding, he didn’t want to stigmatize himself or his project knowing the political pull that it would have in the industry.
“So I think at one point he thought, ‘Maybe I just better lay low,'” she added.
Yes, we’re sure no one would jump to any conclusions if Meghan Markle’s ex-husband produced a TV series in which the main character’s ex marries royalty.
As for that laying low thing — sounds like an excellent strategy.
We strongly encourage Samantha to give it a try.