UPDATE: Samantha Markle reached out to E! News via Twitter Monday morning in response to a recent report that she had been placed on a "fixated persons list" for posing a "reputational risk" to the royal family. "Fake news there is no list and I have not been charged with anything," Meghan Markle's half-sister said. "The Sunday Times put out a bulls--t story. #fakenews losers."
Samantha Markle's outspoken words about her half-sister Meghan Markle have landed her in some hot water.
According to The Times U.K., the police royalty and specialty protection unit put Samantha on what is called a "fixated persons list" due to her "reputational risk" on the royals.
The Times reports that Meghan's personal officers spoke with Scotland Yard's Fixated Threat Assessment Centre (FTAC) about Samantha and the consequences of what would happen if she tried to reach out to the Duchess of Sussex in person again.
FTAC's site explains their "purpose is to assess and manage the risks from lone individuals who harass, stalk or threaten public figures."