"You've been trashing her for two years you little vulture".
UK TV personality Piers Morgan didn't hold back when he interviewed Meghan Markle's half-sister Samantha Grant on Good Morning Britain today, accusing her of playing the victim and saying she has treated her sister "in a shabby way".
Samantha has made something of a cottage industry out of talking about her estranged sibling who, she admits, she hasn't seen since 2010 and has had one conversation with since then.
Samantha Markle, whose legal name is Samantha Grant, said she was on to defend her father against "media vultures" after she set up the faux photo opportunity for him before the royal wedding for pay, says Page Six.
Samantha argued back that "I think lot of what you're reading is from tabloids, which are wholly inaccurate".
She also appeared to blame the media for causing Thomas to have a heart attack which has been claimed as the reason he won't be attending the wedding to walk Meghan down the aisle.
But Morgan was having none of her explanations lashing out at Samantha for her "shabby" treatment of her sister.
She'd already taken the blame for the phony photoshoots in a tweet Monday, claiming she suggested the idea "for the benefit of the royal family" after the paps kept portraying her dad as a schlub.
Samantha Markle told Good Morning Britain on Tuesday that Thomas Markle panicked while driving on the highway because he was being followed by numerous press cars.
"There have been examples in history about how unsafe that can be", she said, in a barely veiled reference to the death of Prince Harry's mother Diana.
"There's no bigger media vulture than you, is there, Ms. Markle?".
Fifty-three-year-old Samantha - who has spent the past couple of years promoting her ridiculous tell-all book The Diary Of Princess Pushy's Sister - told Morgan she takes full responsibility for making arrangements for paparazzi to take pictures of her father making preparations for his daughter's big day.
"The priority should be whether it is safe for him to do that".