Prince Harry Could Face Deportation, Experts Say
Prince Harry is said to have broken an important US immigration law when he admitted to taking illicit substances in his memoir “Spare.” According to a lawyer from the Washington-based Heritage Foundation think tank, Harry could he deported if the exact circumstances of his immigration could be laid bare.
US Lawyer Says Prince Harry’s Team Is “Withholding Information From Us”
Ever since Harry’s memoir “Spare” debuted in January, there have been calls for the 38-year-old to be deported. Speculations also arose as to whether he admitted to substance use in his application for a US visa, and others questioned whether he’s getting special treatment because of his title and status.
Speaking to GB News, Samuel Dewey, from the Washington-based Heritage Foundation think tank, revealed that there’s a possibility that Harry could be deported. He said: “That is certainly one of the many possibilities. We just don’t know what happened because we don’t have the information because they’re withholding it from us.”
He added: “It is commonly the case that if you are found to have lied on an immigration form that you will be deported.”
The Heritage Foundation has been behind the calls for Harry’s paperwork to be released so that the public can see whether or not he was honest about his drug use when applying for his US visa. The foundation even went as far as filing a legal complaint against the Department of Homeland Security in an attempt to enforce a freedom of information request which would grant access to the Prince’s visa application.
In “Spare,” the father-of-two admitted to taking Cocaine, Marijuana, magic mushrooms, and even encouraged the use of psychedelic drugs in one of his talk show appearances.
Former federal prosecutor, Neama Rahmani, also agreed that “An admission of drug use is usually grounds for inadmissibility.”
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