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Prince Harry's Drug Admission in 'Spare' Puts $19 Million Montecito Mansion at Risk IF He Lied on Visa Application

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex could possibly lose their mansion in Montecito, Calif.

May 29 2024, Published 3:35 p.m. ET

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Both Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could be in store for drama thanks to the rebel Duke's controversial visa application from March 2020, and suggestions he may have "lied" on the form.

"Harry may have included drug use on his application form," royal expert Richard Fitzwilliams shared to an outlet. "If he hasn't, it will unquestionably make headlines, and that will not be beneficial so far as the Sussexes are concerned."

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"If you attack an institution, supporters of that institution, or those who believe that you've been very unwise and very foolish, believe that there are double standards," he added when replying if the fiery-haired prince would be given "special treatment" if he did, in fact, lie.

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the conservative Heritage Foundation is hot and heavy with lawsuit fever thanks to comments Harry made during his Good Morning America interview on February 16. The think tank will use the Duke of Sussex's comments as part of its wider case against the Biden administration and Harry's past drug use in relation to his visa application.

During the interview, the fiery-haired prince said: "American citizenship is a thought that has crossed my mind, but isn't something that's a high priority for me right now."

The Heritage Foundation then shared how immigration to America requires an admission of such activity.

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Harry, Duke of Sussex, could be 'in serious trouble' if he lied about his past drug abuse on his American visa application.

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"Ultimately, it will be decided by a federal judge, but if those records are released and if it is found that Prince Harry has lied on his application, there will be tremendous public pressure for Harry to be deported from the United States," the Heritage Foundation's director, and former advisor to Rudy Giuliani, Nile Gardiner, told an outlet.

"Now, if you have a Republican president in place, you can be sure that a Republican leader would strictly enforce U.S. immigration laws," he added.

Gardiner continued, "And if Harry has broken those laws by lying on his application, I'm in no doubt that a Republican president would swiftly remove him from the United States."

The Duke and his wife "are generally viewed favorably by left-leaning Americans," and it has been right-leaning GOP outlets and commentary platforms that have run the story about the royal's potential lying on his visa.

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Prince Harry's controversial visa application is tied to the Biden administration in the view of some analysts.

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Furthermore, Greg Steube, a member of the House of Representatives from Florida, pushed for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to tighten immigration laws and uses the Duke of Sussex as an example in his plea back in February. The politician presented the Substance and Possession Abuse Restrictions for Entrance (SPARE) Act to Congress, which is cheekily abbreviated to match the name of Harry's bestselling book.

"I think firstly, with regard to the Biden administration, they will do all they can to try and stop the release of Harry's records," Gardiner told a publication in response to efforts such as Steube's.

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex 'will likely get away with' any wrongdoing concerning Harry's visa application, in the view of one royal insider.

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Sky News Australia reported on Fitzwilliams' remarks.

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