Camilla Duchess of Cornwall Sued Continuously by Former Accountant
May 18, 2016 11:52 AM EDT
Mihaela Iuliana Popa is a former accountant who worked for Pricewaterhouse Cooper. She sued Duchess of Cornwall along with her former employer. She was looking for a £40 million discrimination claim from her employer.
The Telegraph reported that Ms. Popa launched 10 legal action against the Duchess along with sex and race discrimination claim against PwC. She was looking for a £40 million settlement from PwC. As for her lawsuit against Duchess of Cornwall, Ms. Popa utilized Money Claim Online service, which was designed to ease people in collecting money from people who borrowed money from them.
Previously, Court Service has banned her to submit more lawsuit against the Duchess without judge's permission. The banned in a form of General Directions Order was issued by Northampton County Court in February 2013, according to Royal Central. The order stated, " [Ms. Popa] has persistently issued claims using the Money Claim Online service, which disclose no cause of action and have been struck out as wholly without merit by District Judge Murdoch. Unless restrained Mihaela Iuliana Popa is likely to issue further cases of applications which are without merit."
Following the ban to file a lawsuit against the Duchess, Ms. Popa launched claims against the British royal in her home country, Romania. He sued the Queen, Prince Charles, Prince William and other members of the Royal Family to earn compensation. Romanian court in Bucharest rejected the lawsuit two months later.
Pricewaterhouse Cooper has also filed a court order seeking a restraint order for Ms Poppa to prevent her to harass its staffs and filing further claims against the firm. Previously, in 2009, the court rejected her £40 million compensation claim against Pricewaterhouse Cooper. In the lawsuit, she claimed that PwC has given her an unfair reference she resigned from her £41,000-a-year job as a forensic accountant in November 2006.
In her previous lawsuit, she claimed that she was treated like a prostitute because of her origins in Eastern Europe. She also claimed that her colleagues and superior responded to her inquiry by making a crude sexual remarks. However, Central London Employment Tribunal dismissed all her claims.
Meanwhile Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, the second wife of Prince Charles, continued her activity undisturbed by the issues. According to Daily Mail, the duchess was reported to attend a reception for homeless charity Emmaus UK Organisation. The charity organization invited the Duchess of Cornwall in its 25th anniversary in Kensington, London.
Mihaela Iuliana Popa has filed another lawsuit against her former employer. She was looking for a £40 million discrimination claim from Pricewaterhouse Cooper. While her lawsuit against the Duchess has been dismissed by either British court and Romanian court.