Not only has he given hair and signs in his numerous and explosive comments ‘In the Shadows’, but Prince Enrique has continued to provide details about his drug past in various interviews and television shows. Last, earlier this month, sitting on the bed of the controversial doctor Gabor Maté, who was persecuted in Canada for using psychedelic drugs with his patients, released: “I started using drugs recreationally and found out how good they were for me.” These types of comments have raised eyebrows among drug activists in the United Kingdom. And now, in addition, another company is investigating whether the young son of King Carlos III lied to obtain his visa, which would be grounds for deportation.
the foundation of the conservatives
The Heritage Foundation, a US conservative foundation based in Washington DC, wants the US authorities to suspend the Duke of Sussex’s public visa application if asked to disclose any drug use. In his memoirs he describes ‘royal’ hair and notes his experience with various substances. I had mistakenly tried cocaine, cannabis, and hallucinogenic mushrooms. He says his first contact with Coca was one weekend at the age of 17, although he has repeated it several times since.
He also admits to taking hallucinogenic drugs at celebrity events in California and smoking cannabis after his first date with Meghan Markle. He doesn’t even blush when he explains that he ended up experimenting with hallucinogenic mushrooms. “It wasn’t much fun, I didn’t feel happy, but it made me feel different,” he writes.
Mike Howell, director of the Foundation’s Foresight Project, said to the Daily Mail: “This petition concerns the public’s possible recall of Prince Harry’s use of illegal substances, whether he was questioned about this matter and whether he was properly investigated before the US.”
he can be deported
This type of information about drugs and drug addiction is asked in a questionnaire to obtain a certificate. The US Department of Immigration has one of the harshest penalties for lying on an application. So much so that, if someone is caught forgery, deportation may be contemplated, and they are prevented from applying for citizenship.
The prince has lived in the US since 2020, after he and his wife Meghan Markle decided to leave their duties as members of the British royal family. After a short time in Canada, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex moved to a residence in Montecito (California), where they live with their two children, Archie Harrison (3) and Lili Diana (1) and develop their professional career (focused. especially in the media, series, documentaries, books … and through his solidarity foundation).