Prince Harry Deletes Pseudonym ‘Spike Wells’ Facebook Account

By Radar Staff

A Facebook account Prince Harry was purportedly using under the alias “Spike Wells” has been deleted in wake of his Vegas scandal, has learned, in addition to two accounts belonging to his confidantes Tom “Skippy” Inskip and Arthur Landon.

The Spike Wells account, which had more than 400 friends, would frequently post comments onto Landon’s account.

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The digital dumping comes in the wake of a growing scandal linked to the prince’s party antics following images of his decadent Las Vegas trip leaking online last week.

As we previously reported, the prince is hoping “something pretty gigantic” about the Sin City trip doesn’t leak out, as an insider tells Las Vegas blogger Norm Clark that last week’s nude pictures might only be the beginning in the royal redhead’s salacious scandal.

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Clark wrote that Wynn Resorts (where the prince recently stayed at) officials are investigating the 27-year-old prince’s recent trip.

As we previously reported, the scandal has already cost Harry his girlfriend Cressida Bonas, and might pose potential damage to his military career.



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