February 25, 2024

Lawyer: Prince Harry May Have Lied About Past Drug Use In Memoir

Prince Harry may have just been BUSTED for embellishing truth about his drug use.

The prince penned a memoir entitled Spare, which contained confessions of his prior use of multiple illegal substances, including marijuana, cocaine, and mushrooms.

Now, however, those representations are under intense scrutiny.

According to lawyers for the U.S. government, Prince Harry may have blown things way out of proportion just to sell more copies of his book.

Are they telling the truth, or do they simply not want Harry to face issues with immigration authorities here in the United States?

John Bardo, a Department of Homeland Security lawyer, recently made an interesting argument in court regarding Prince Harry’s drug confessions.

“The book isn’t sworn testimony or proof. Saying something in a book doesn’t necessarily make it true,” Bardo said.

However, this is a huge issue for the administration of President Joe Biden.

You see, the Heritage Foundation is currently suing the Department of Homeland Security over Harry's visa application.

The visa application would have contained Harry’s answers about previous drug use.

However, the Department of Homeland Security believes that releasing that information is “an unwarranted invasion of Prince Harry’s privacy.”

Now, the entire situation is being brought to court.

According to The Telegraph, government lawyers also said that “The records are particularly sensitive because releasing them, even in part, would reveal Prince Harry’s status in the United States, which Prince Harry has not disclosed.”

“Courts consistently hold that a person’s visa or immigration status is private, personal information exempt from disclosure,” they continued.

In a nutshell, Prince Harry either lied in his book, or he lied on his visa application.

Which one do you think is more likely?

We don’t know which one is worse -- but neither are good.

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