Prince Harry has kept a low profile since several nude photographs of him in Vegas were leaked to the public, but new details of his scandalous romp threaten to add fuel to the matter.
On Tuesday, it was reported that Prince Harry's romp at the Wynn Hotel and Casino was recorded on video and on Wednesday, an alleged partygoer spoke out, claiming that drugs and alcohol were used inside Prince Harry's hotel. Some critics believe the explanation could explain the bizarre scandal.
"Things got pretty crazy in Prince Harry's suite that night. Everyone was drinking and drugs were also being used by some people," the eyewitness, who claims to have been present during the ordeal, told Radar Online. "Some people were snorting cocaine."
The source allegedly asked to remain anonymous due to the magnitude of the scandal, according to Radar, but went on to explain that a number of guests were high on drugs upon their arrival while others proceeded to use various drugs at Prince Harry's hotel party.
"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," the insider went on.
No one has come forward accusing the Prince of participating in the illegal drug usage, however.
Photographs of the 27-year-old, who is third in line for the throne, gallivanting without clothes were reportedly taken during a game of strip billiards with a room full of friends in his Las Vegas hotel suite, although it is still unclear whether he was aware that they were being snapped.
Prince Harry reportedly met with his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth II, and his father, Prince Charles, for a tense family meeting shortly after news of the scandal broke and while critics anticipated that the Royal family would be highly displeased, new reports suggest that they believe that he has nothing to be ashamed of.
"He didn't do anything unlawful," a Palace source allegedly told People.com. "What he did was entirely his own business."