It seems every famous figure in Prince Harry’s life was fair game when it came to writing a memoir sizzling with scandal.
While Britain’s royal family is famously tight-lipped, American celebrities dance to another tune.
Now Prince Harry has egg on his face after Friends star Courtney Cox addressed his drug allegations.
For people who claim they want their privacy, Harry and Meghan Markle are awfully quick to sell their deepest secrets for a royalty fee and boatloads of international attention.
From stories about misadventures during his drunken teenage years to Hollywood couch hopping stories there was enough inside The Spare to horrify more than uptight members of the royal family.
Now Courteney Cox is speaking up to set the record straight about the role she played in whatever went down when the prince was a guest under her roof.
Vanity Fair brought up Harry’s allegation during a recent interview with Cox.
Friends star swatted down Prince Harry’s insinuation she offered him drugs
According to Harry, he was hanging out with friends in Los Angeles in 2016 (the same year he met Meghan) when they decided to take the party to her doorstep.
“As a Friends fanatic, the idea of crashing at Monica’s house was highly appealing,” he penned.
As the story goes, Cox took it well and invited more celebrities to join in including a voice actor from the “Batman Lego movie” who apparently fascinated the drunken prince.
Harry claims he badgered the man into speaking in character “in perfect gravelly Batmanese sa[ying]: ‘Hello, Harry.’”
Harry claims the actor then led him to get a drink from Cox’s refrigerator when the two came across “black diamond mushroom chocolates.”
“Someone behind me said they were for everybody. ‘Help yourself, boys,’” the royal added.
That soon led to a weird scene in Cox’s bathroom where Harry was highly entertained by a trash can he swore was talking to him and smiled widely when opened.
While Cox hasn’t bothered to read the book, she has heard all the juicy details from others.
Her version of events was far more subdued.
“He did stay here for a couple of days — probably two or three. He’s a really nice person,” Cox told Vanity Fair. “But yes, it’s gotten back to me about it. I’m not saying there were mushrooms! I definitely wasn’t passing them out.”
In the future, Harry may want to stick with stories about his royal relatives rather than Americans willing to call his bluff.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.