Prince Harry’s Visa Allegedly ‘At Risk’ Over Admitted Drug Use

Prince Harry has jeopardized the status of his U.S. visa by admitting to using illegal drugs both in the United Kingdom and California, claims an immigration expert.

The Duke of Sussex wrote about using illegal drugs numerous times, starting at 17, according to his ghostwritten memoir, Spare.

Stories of Harry’s drug use included snorting lines of cocaine at the elite Eton College boarding school, smoking marijuana, and tripping on magic mushrooms at a California party in 2016.

“Besides the toilet was a round silver bin, the kind with a foot pedal to open the lid. I stared at the bin. It stared back. Then it became . . . a head. I stepped on the pedal and the head opened its mouth. A huge open grin. I laughed, turned away, took a p***,” read Harry’s book.

“Now the loo [toilet] became a head too. The bowl was its gaping maw, the hinges of the seat were its piercing silver eyes. It said, ‘Aaah.’”

These admissions of illegal drug use could result in the revocation of Prince Harry’s U.S. visa, according to George Washington University professor and immigration clinic head Alberto Benítez.

“He would have been asked [about drug abuse when applying for his visa],” Benítez said.

“If he was truthful in his answers, he should have been denied,” the professor explained.

Assuming Harry failed to declare his drug use, Professor Benitez said, “One of the repercussions, whatever visa he has, is that it would be revoked, or he’ll be subject to being revoked because he lied in the application process.”

Current American regulations state that “current and/or past actions, such as drug or criminal activities . . . may make the applicant ineligible for a visa,” per The Sunday Times. With that in mind, the U.S. State Department report said that “[a]ll visa applications are adjudicated on a case-by-case basis.”

These revelations of Harry’s drug use come after his wife, Meghan Markle, appeared to make fun of the royal family by mocking their well-known curtsy gesture during the filming of a new Netflix documentary series about the couple.