A sordid acting role from diva duchess Meghan Markle's acting past has come back to haunt her.
A 2011 TV movie featuring former actress Meghan, called The Boys & Girls Guide To Getting Down, is reportedly set to be distributed by Artist Rights Distribution eight years after its production.
It could cause more royal pain for her husband Prince Harry and his family, as Meghan portrayed the lead character of Dana, who is a drug-snorting and boob-cupping party girl!
The project was originally released as a 2006 comedy film. Meghan, now 37 and pregnant, starred in the television show reboot in 2011, but it was cancelled after one episode.
Now, no doubt to capitalize on Meghan's new royal fame, Artist Rights Distribution plans to release it as a film later this year, The Hollywood Reporter has noted.
The television film and original movie, both directed by Paul Sapiano, follows a group of twenty-something singles clubbing in Los Angeles during one wild night.
Meghan appeared in a scene in which her character gets ready for the night out as she asks a BFF, "What do you think? Too slutty?"
She tells her movie pal, "I dress this way for me. I'm not looking for a guy tonight. Trust me."
But a screen graphic shows the inside of Dana's brain—it confirms Meghan's character is obsessed with "d**k"!
In her role, Meghan is seen cupping her own breasts with the narrator saying, "She's considering buying a pair for herself."
Another wild scene depicts Meghan's Dana in a night club bathroom, snorting what is implied to be drugs with a male companion.
Future New Girl star Max Greenfield, 38, and America's Next Top Model beauty Eva Marcille, 34, also starred on the show that will now be a movie.
In royal biographer Robert Jobson's book Charles at 70: Thoughts, Hopes and Dreams, he claimed that before their wedding, Prince Harry, 34, raised his voice and yelled, "What Meghan wants, she gets!"
A source also told The Mirror that Meghan's assistant, Melissa Toubati, 39, quit after working with Prince Harry's wife for just six months—because of the Duchess' attitude.
Now, will Meghan's racy film surfacing give the scandal-tainted new royal another black eye?
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