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Prince Harry Ousted by Las Vegas Party Participant

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By Brittney R. Villalva , Christian Post Reporter
September 2, 2012|9:17 am
  • Various memes have been circulating on the Internet since nude photos emerged of Prince Harry partying in Las Vegas.
    (Photo: Twitter/‏@Jrwoolfw)
    Various memes have been circulating on the Internet since nude photos emerged of Prince Harry partying in Las Vegas. This one, shared on Twitter by John Woolf, has the caption: "Prince Harry joins the 'Hangover' cast for 'The Hangover 3.'"

After photos of Prince Harry with no clothes on in a Las Vegas hotel suite were unveiled, one member of the party has come forward to shed further light on the night's activities.

Carry Reichart has come forward with a not so glamorous tale of how she met Prince Harry in a Las Vegas hotel suite. According to Reichart, their interaction was casual although she describes Harry as a gentleman albeit his very drunken state.

"He was a gentleman, but he was so wasted. The alcohol affected him. I was there for 15 to 20 minutes," Reichart told the Daily Mail of her encounter with the Prince. "We kissed, he was naked at the time, and pretty open. It was a drunken fumble. It wasn't romantic, just fun."

"We all went up to this huge VIP high-roller suite, and went in and the music was going, alcohol was flowing. Harry was already undressed. It was just crazy. He looked actually delirious. There was a pool table and he was playing air guitar with pool sticks," Reichart said.

Reichart also suggested that the prince was humorous throughout the night and made a number of jokes to keep everybody laughing.

"He was screaming out, 'Somebody get me a glove! I'm going to do a Michael Jackson impression!' He would just randomly walk up to you and hug you. He was just really friendly."

 

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