Princess Di's car was 'tampered with,' claims new book

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London, October 19 (ANI): Princess Diana was convinced that her car was sabotaged, after the brakes on her Audi soft-top mysterious failed, it has been revealed. John Morgan, the royal author claimed in his book 'The Assassination of Princess Diana' that Princess of Wales was sure that her hushed-up brake-failing incident in west London was a warning from her powerful enemies whom she referred to as "the men in grey suits", the Daily Star reported. Morgan insisted that Princess Diana feared that there was a plot to kill her and she had also mentioned her fears in notes and phone calls to her lawyers and friends, months before her fatal car accident in central Paris. According to the book, the brake failure occurred when Diana was driving back to Kensington Palace from a doctor's appointment in Marylebone in her green Audi in November 1995. Princess Diana reportedly called her friend Simone Simmons saying that someone had tampered with her brakes and was trying to bump her off. Simon has revealed in the book that as Princess of Wales approached some traffic lights she put her foot on the brake, but nothing happened and the car kept coasting forward. (ANI)