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Prince Harry could be deported from US over drugs

The recognition of the prince that at one time he used cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms can turn him into serious trouble.

The recognition of the prince that at one time he used cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms can turn him into serious trouble.

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Prince Harry, in an attempt to draw attention to his person, didn’t say anything: he killed dozens of people in the war, and he lost his virginity with no one knows who … But another confession made by the Duke of Sussex may well do him a disservice and close him door to America.

We are talking about the recognition of the prince that at one time he used cocaine and hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Under US rules, the granting of a visa to remain within the country is a purely individual decision, and an applicant’s present or past activities, such as drug use or criminal activity, may well be grounds for denial of a permit.

Prince Harry spoke about his youthful drug trials, including cocaine, mushrooms and marijuana, in a widely announced memoir that will be released tomorrow. In addition, the fugitive member of the British royal family admitted to using cannabis after his first date with Meghan Markle in 2016.

According to the publication The Mirror, it is not known which visa gives Prince Harry the right to stay in the country, but it is possible that this is the so-called O-1, which is issued to athletes and movie stars, valid for three years. And this means that the British may soon need to extend it, which may result in refusal and forced deportation.

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