Meghan Markle once again filed a new attempt to dismiss her half-sister's defamation lawsuit.

In the new court filings, the Duchess of Sussex dismissed Samantha Markle's "meritless defamation case." Samantha "deleted numerous specific factual allegations and exhibits from her original complaint," stated Meghan, claiming that the facts would "completely undermine" Samantha's case.

Samantha, 57, officially filed a defamation lawsuit against Meghan in March over her bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey in 2021. Meghan is alleged to have lied about her family, especially her father, Thomas Markle. She was also accused of making up stories about growing up in "virtual poverty." In her March filing, Samatha revealed Meghan was not telling the truth about her and Thomas, so they "could not interfere with or contradict the false narrative and fairytale life story [she] concocted."

Samantha added that Meghan's comments in her interview negatively affected her autobiography and prevented her from getting jobs, leaving her emotionally and mentally distressed. Her lawsuit also named her half-sister's husband, Prince Harry, an "Interested Person." Harry and Meghan officially tied the knot in 2018; they relocated to California after withdrawing from their senior royal duties.

"Most obviously, her original complaint attached a 2018 email from Meghan to the then-Communications Secretary of Kensington Palace, Jason Knauf, that Plaintiff alleged was the basis for the allegedly defamatory statements in Finding Freedom," the documents obtained by Us Weekly stated. "However, the email on its face disproved Plaintiff's claim that Meghan was somehow responsible for the authors' allegedly defamatory statements in Finding Freedom."

Meghan added, "Indeed, in her desperation to save her case, Plaintiff quite literally fabricated one of the statements, as evidenced by the missing interview transcript." The 40-year-old "Suits" alum first filed a motion to dismiss Samantha's allegations against her on June 17. However, it was denied because Samantha filed an amended complaint.

Meghan argued, "We do not empanel juries to rule on whether two people are 'close,' or whether one genuinely feels that they 'grew up as an only child. Courts are not equipped to adjudicate the legitimacy of a person's feelings about their childhood and relationships. Nor should they be."

Meghan Markle Meghan, Duchess of Sussex speaks onstage during Global Citizen Live, New York on September 25, 2021 in New York City. Photo by John Lamparski/Getty Images