Did Prince Harry’s Vegas rager include hookers and cocaine?

Will Prince Harry ever live down this royal whoops?

From the depths of the royal scandal that refuses to blow over, another juicy tidbit has emerged.

After racy nude photos of Prince Harry surfaced (and rumors that a video will, too) from inside a Las Vegas hotel suite, the latest whispers indicate there was much, much more going on in that room than a harmless game of strip billiards.

Radar Online reports the prince was joined that night by a bevvy of hookers and a well-known cocaine dealer.

“A really good friend of mine is a cocaine dealer and texted me from the hotel room while the party was happening and said, ‘Guess where I am?!?’” a source told the gossip site. “Turns out he was in the Wynn suite with Harry, his pals and all those girls.”

The source said his or her coke-dealing friend would not reveal whether Prince Harry himself was dabbling in the drug, but an eyewitness said plenty of people in the suite were getting high.

“Some people were snorting cocaine. Some were already rolling on shrooms (hallucinogenic mushrooms) when they arrived at the party, and some were just high on weed. And that’s exactly why no one there has come forward on the record, they don’t want to be implicated for any illegal activities.”

Luckily, Prince Harry still has the support of thousands of naked people all over the world. And hey — we’re still waiting on that video!



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