• Twitter users called Meghan Markle foolish and arrogant after a report claimed she admitted to contributing to "Finding Freedom"
  • Some Twitter users defended the duchess and insisted that she didn't give consent to publish her story
  • Prince Harry and Markle already said they didn't make any contribution to the controversial book

Meghan Markle received another round of criticisms from Twitter users after she admitted to passing personal information to the "Finding Freedom" authors.

Markle admitted in court documents that she shared her story with someone who passed it on to Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand for the book "Finding Freedom." The duchess was worried about her father's narrative, so she shared her own version of the story to prevent further misrepresentation, The Telegraph reported.

However, the admission irked the netizens because the Duke and Duchess of Sussex insisted in the past that they were not in any way involved in making the biography. Many of them took to Twitter and slammed the duchess by calling her "foolish and arrogant."

"So Meghan Markle admits to giving info for ‘Finding Freedom.’ As if we didn't guess. Plus the fact that Palace staff helped write letter to her Dad. Her case is crumbling before our eyes. How foolish and arrogant of her to go to lawyers," journalist, biographer and royal commentator Angela Levin tweeted.

"Foolish & arrogant. Perfect words when discussing these two grifters," a netizen agreed.

"Her arrogance & self belief has no bounds," a different user wrote.

"It’s got the point where it’s just a joke now. The [Sussexes] are a comedy of errors and arrogance," another added.

"Arrogant is right..... she thinks she is a superstar," @summerfestival19 wrote.

Meanwhile, some also defended Markle, with one attacking The Telegraph for a "misleading headline" about Markle admitting to sharing her story for "Finding Freedom."

"That is not what happen at all. Anyways, I hope y’all get sued for this misleading headline," one wrote.

Another netizen shared a screenshot of the document where it stated that the "Claimant nor her husband co-operated with the authors to put out 'their version of events' by means of the Book, nor did they meet with the authors, nor were they interviewed for the purposes of the Book whether formally or informally."

"The lies the British media spin is despicable & disgusting. In 20 years when a tv series shows how racist & vile they are they’ll be up in arms disputing everything. Denying that they were liars & racist. She never gave consent!" @Olive2802 added.

In September, Mail on Sunday's team argued that the royal couple made some contributions to the book because the biography "gives every appearance of having been written with their extensive co-operation," according to a statement by Antony White QC for Associated Newspapers, the publisher of Mail on Sunday and MailOnline.

Prince Harry and Markle responded by denying the allegations that they contributed to the book with their lawyers saying, "The claimant and her husband did not collaborate with the authors on the book, nor were they interviewed for it, nor did they provide photographs to the authors for the book."

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan Markle are pictured. POOL/TOBY MELVILLE