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Piers Morgan makes another Meghan dig as he shrugs off record Ofcom complaints


Piers Morgan has shrugged off the record number Ofcom complaints that he received while hosting Good Morning Britain.

The 56-year-old host, who stormed out of the studio and later quit his job on the ITV show after a row with weather presenter Alex Beresford in March, pointed out that none of the Government-related complaints against him were upheld.

He then referred to Meghan as “Princess Pinocchio” as he suggested that complaints made against him for remarks he made about her wouldn’t be upheld either.

There were 54,453 complaints made to Ofcom after Piers suggested that he didn’t believe the Duchess of Sussex when she said she felt suicidal during her explosive interview with Oprah Winfrey.



Piers Morgan has shrugged off the record number Ofcom complaints that he received
Piers Morgan has shrugged off the record number Ofcom complaints that he received

It overtook Diversity’s Black Lives Matter performance on Britain’s Got Talent as the most complained about moment ever.

Piers also bagged the sixth, seventh and 10th places after his interviews with Helen Whateley MP and Victoria Atkin MP.

Sharing an article revealing he had nabbed four spots in the top 10 most complained about moments, Piers tweeted an emoji wearing sunglasses.

He then tweeted a BBC article about the complaints, suggesting that Ofcom had seen “unprecedented” numbers of complaints with Piers attributing to a large portion of them.

Piers wrote in response: “What this doesn’t say is that NONE of the Govt-related complaints against me were upheld, and I don’t expect the complaints relating to Princess Pinocchio to be either. How can @Ofcom possibly conclude I must believe a proven liar…?”

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Piers branded Meghan 'Princess Pinocchio'
Piers branded Meghan ‘Princess Pinocchio’

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Ofcom confirmed in the report that “in many of the cases above, [they] did not find the issues warranted an investigation”.

A spokesperson added: “We’re a nation of TV lovers, and it’s kept us entertained and informed like never before during lockdown. From time to time viewers see things that trouble them, and that’s where we come in.”





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