‘They killed her’: Real Housewives of New York’s Leah McSweeney shares chilling theory about Princess Diana’s death and says the late royal was still alive after her fatal car crash
Real Housewives of New York star Leah McSweeney has shared a chilling conspiracy theory about the late Princess Diana’s death.
Speaking to the Unpopular podcast, the 38-year-old fashion designer said she’d been told that Diana had ‘been killed’ by somebody she met years ago at a 9/11 memorial in New York.
‘I used to go to ground zero when there was no Freedom Tower, because I’ve been living down here for a long time,’ she explained.
Outspoken: Real Housewives of New York star Leah McSweeney has shared a chilling conspiracy theory about the late Princess Diana’s death
During one visit to the site, Leah overheard a group of people discussing conspiracy theories about the September 11 attacks and Diana’s death.
‘I start talking to them, and the burly guy’s like, “Well, I think that it could’ve been an inside job.” He’s like, “Well, they killed Princess Diana.”
‘I was like, “What?” He’s like, “Yeah, my sister was dating a doctor who was the head of xyz hospital in New Jersey. They were on a trip in Paris, standing on a bridge, looking at the Eiffel Tower and all of a sudden they heard a crash in the tunnel below them.”
‘”They went running down, and he was the first person who got to Princess Di’s car and she was alive. And the police then showed up and were like, “Get out of here!”‘
Conspiracy: Speaking to the Unpopular podcast , the 38-year-old fashion designer said she’d been told that Diana had ‘been killed’ by somebody she met years ago at a 9/11 memorial
Leah added: ‘I’m not repeating it properly. I had the chills when this man told me this. I exchanged numbers with him and wanted him to come to my daughter’s baptism.’
‘I was shook, I will never forget this man ever again… I would like to know what really happened.’
Diana was with her companion Dodi al-Fayed and their driver Henri Paul when their car crashed in the Pont D’Alma tunnel on that fatal night in Paris, August 31, 1997.
It wasn’t until seven years later that Sir John Stevens, the commissioner of the Metropolitan police, was asked to investigate several questions.
‘I was shook’: The 38-year-old fashion designer revealed was told that Diana was still alive after her fatal accident
These included – was Diana pregnant at the time of her death? Did the blood sample attributed to Henri Paul actually come from him? And was there any valid justification for the elimination of a white Fiat Uno car from involvement in the collision?
Her son, Prince Harry, is currently penning a $20million memoir that is rumoured to be focused on Diana’s death and who he personally blames for it.
Royal expert and author Angela Levin, who wrote Harry: Biography of a Prince, tweeted in July: ‘I’ve been told by a well-informed source that Harry’s memoir will focus heavily on the death of his mother Princess Diana, and who he blames.’
Conspiracies surrounding Diana’s death have been swirling around for years, with some believing that there was a plot to murder her, while many others believe that her death was simply a tragic accident.
Tragedy: Diana was with her companion Dodi al-Fayed and their driver Henri Paul when their car crashed in the Pont D’Alma tunnel on that fatal night in Paris, August 31, 1997
In January 2004, while still boss at Scotland Yard, Stevens had been asked by then Royal Coroner Michael Burgess to head an investigation which would become known as Operation Paget.
Stevens’s remit was to examine more than 100 allegations of a murderous Establishment conspiracy; allegations which had been made by Egyptian tycoon Mohamed Al Fayed in relation to the death of his son Dodi and Diana on August 31, 1997.
Paget’s findings — which included 300 witness statements and a deep delve into the files of MI5 and MI6 — would then be used as evidence for a London inquest into both their deaths.
Pensive: Diana’s son, Prince Harry, is currently penning a $20million memoir that is rumoured to be focused on Diana’s death and who he personally blames for it
A major catalyst in setting up Paget was a note Diana had written to her butler Paul Burrell in 1995, expressing fears that her estranged husband Prince Charles was plotting to harm or kill her by sabotaging her car.
In the wake of her death, these allegations were championed by Al Fayed. He believed Establishment opposition to Diana’s relationship with Dodi was driven by a deep-rooted racism — a scenario which has echoes in the rift between Harry and Meghan and the Palace today — and Islamophobia.
Al Fayed was not alone in believing there had been a plot. ‘It was an international concern,’ said Stevens. ‘I think something like 65 or 70 per cent of the country thought there had been a conspiracy and that the death of someone like Diana, who was an icon… couldn’t be explained away, other than that… foul play [took] place.’
Theories: In the wake of her death, allegations of a murder or conspiracy have been championed by Mohamed Al Fayed. (Pictured with Diana in 1996)
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