London, May 10 (ANI): Sarah Ferguson is facing a 20,000-pound lawsuit for failing to stop a controversial book from hitting bookstores.
Journalist Chris Rogers interviewed Ferguson for Under Cover, a book about orphanages, and the royal had even planned to write the tome's preface, based on her experience at a Turkish orphanage for a TV documentary in 2009.
However, her expose triggered controversy when Turkish officials demanded Ferguson's extradition for violating laws by filming minors at the home, and the royal filed legal documents to try and stall the publication of Rogers' book, reports the Daily Star.
Rogers and Ferguson made an out-of-court settlement last December, but her lawyers apparently did not lodge the necessary paperwork in London's High Court. (ANI)
Now Rogers has submitted a bid to recoup his legal fees and court osts, reports the Mail on Sunday.(ANI)