Meghan Markle Gets Called out as a Liar by Fellow 'Deal or No Deal' Briefcase Girls

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The establishment media wants to make Meghan Markle something of a figurehead for feminism and the social justice left, but like every other person they hold up, Markle is a mess of hypocrisies and lies.


As RedState previously reported, Markle claimed that her time on the game show “Deal or No Deal” was a tragic tale of sexism in society. She claimed that she wasn’t at all valued for her intellect but only for her looks and that there were stations for the girls to improve their appearances like stations for fake eyelashes and bra stuffing.

She was called out by many for having been okay with it at the time but now, as a feminist icon, she’s suddenly turning on her past and pointing at everyone else as the bad guy for something she agreed to do.

(READ: Meghan Markle Just Demonstrated Why No One Takes Feminism Seriously Anymore)

Besides being a hypocrite about it, it also appears she’s a liar. As the Daily Wire pointed out, two of Markle’s fellow briefcase girls have come forward to dismiss Markle’s claims and paint a more accurate picture, including the fact that there was no bra-stuffing station:

Patricia Kara, 50, who appeared on the series for its entire 2005 to 2009 run, including all 34 2006-2007 episodes in which Markle also appeared, slammed Markle on “Inside Edition.”

“’There was no bra station! There was no bra station,” Kara insisted.

Asked whether she had felt “objectified” on the show, Kara, who returned to the show in 2018 for its reboot, answered, “Not at all. It’s unfortunate that she felt that way because in my experience I never ever felt that way.”


Another “briefcase girl” named Claudia Jordan also came down on Markle’s claims, admitting that the show wasn’t exactly hiring them for their intellect but that didn’t stop producers from giving them microphones to make them more engaging with contestants and the audience:

“And ‘Deal or No Deal’ never treated us like bimbos,” she added. “We got so many opportunities because of that show.”

“It was a step on the ladder I’ve been ascending on for 25 years that paid all my bills, put me in front of 13 million people a night, and led to me getting on Celebrity Apprentice, Celebrity Apprentice All Stars, a breast cancer awareness campaign, guest hosting Extra, getting into People magazine’s 100 Most Beautiful issue, and so much more,” Jordan pointed out. “It also led to me co-hosting the 2009 Miss Universe pageant with @BillyBush in front of half a billion people. Not top shabby for a ‘bimbo.’”

Judging by the pushback, it would appear that Markle’s fellow briefcase girls didn’t appreciate being indirectly called “bimbos” for their time on the show.

As I stated previously, Markle is likely trying to rewrite her own history as a victim of a sexist industry given her new position as a feminist media darling. Having her time as a briefcase girl probably doesn’t look good given her new positions and title and by lashing out at “Deal or No Deal” she was trying to get out ahead of a narrative before it got its legs. However, this clearly backfired.


Moreover, Markle’s time as an actress was never always about consciously trying to pursue roles that valued her intellect. It was recently unearthed that the actress-turned-princess once accepted a role on the show “90210” where she did an oral sex scene in a car a whole two years after her sting on “Deal or No Deal.”


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