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Meghan Markle’s Suits Co-Star Patrick J. Adams Slams Haters & 'Bots' Dragging Her

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A TV husband has to have his TV wife’s back! It’s no secret that Twitter is full of vitriol directed at Meghan Markle.

But it may surprise you to know that the haters will draw anyone from her life into the conversation, even her former Suits co-stars.

But although she’s come a long way from those fictional law offices, her onscreen love interest Patrick J. Adams still has her back. Related: The ‘Private’ Way Harry & Meghan Celebrated Kate Middleton’s 40th Birthday  The actor is clearly unimpressed by being dragged into the conversation by the Duchess’s haters, as he tweeted on Friday: Troian Bellisario’s real-life hubby didn’t indicate what “debate” he was referring to, although the targeted comment about “bots” sounds like he’s been keeping up with his TV wife’s press.

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