If it ain’t one thing, then it’s another one of Meghan Markle’s white family members acting up!

Just days after the Duchess of Sussex shined as the belle of the ball at her beautiful wedding ceremony to Prince Harry, her nephew got caught brandishing a knife at a South London club, Reuters reports.

Tyler Dooley, the son of Markle’s back-stabbing half-brother Thomas, was in Britain, celebrating a wedding he had not been invited to, according to reports.

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The 25-year-old was let go with a warning from police, which means he probably shamefully dropped his auntie’s name to get off the hook.

Police said they had been called to a club in Kingston-on-Thames after receiving a report of a man who “openly declared he had a knife as he attempted to enter the club”.

Dooley was reportedly with another man and they were both warned about the actions. One of the men, according to reports “gave up a noxious spray.”
“In this case careful consideration was taken by the officers, the items were handed over voluntarily and there was no ongoing risk, so the investigation was closed with warnings given,” Sally Benatar of the local police force said in a statement.

Toxic Relations

Markle’s family is pretty toxic, considering that her estranged half-brother Thomas Markle Jr. wrote Prince Harry a hand-written letter begging him not to marry Markle.

Another family member, her half-sister, Samantha Grant (who is now going by Samantha Markle), is planning to release a tell-all memoir called, The Diary of Princess Pushy’s Sister. And her father Thomas Sr. didn’t even show up for the wedding, citing medical reasons after a surgery. Just last week, he made himself out to be a mockery by setting up fake paparazzi pictures to sell to the media.

The only one with any grace and dignity has been Markle’s mother Doria Ragland who was so poised and so on point during the royal wedding ceremonies that she became an instant icon.

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