The girl who was spotted partying with Prince Harry in Las Vegas recently claimed that British Secret Service had her jailed. The girl, who actually is a former model, says she was kept behind bars for about one month.
Carrie Reichert is the woman who claimed to have been with Prince Harry during his infamous Vegas party. The former model said that British Secret Service kept her in jail for a month at Harrison County Jail in Mississippi with the main purpose to keep her quiet about the event.
The former model, who claims to be 32 years old, even though she actually is 44, told The Mirror during an interview dating back to August 2012 that she spent 20 minute alone with Harry in his hotel suite in Las Vegas. Carrie claimed back then that she was just one of the 10 girls who attended Harry’s party.
She said that the prince was a true gentleman and claimed she had a conversation with him about her childhood. Out of all the girls who attended Harry’s party, Carrie is the only one who decided to go public about the event.
Only a few hours after the moment when the interview was made public, Carrie was arrested for allegedly bouncing checks. The arrest took place at San Diego airport on a plane for Mexico. A felony warrant was issued on Carrie Reichert name on August 24, 2012. The model was accused of writing four bad checks of a total value of $21,672.
Last week, Carried talked with the Daily Mail and claimed that she is innocent. She said that British Secret Service had her incarcerated only to keep her quiet, at least until things clam down. “I believe that British Secret Service or whoever protects the Royals have something to do with my situation,” Carrie told the Daily Mail. “I am not being treated the same as someone else in my situation,” she explained. Carrie added that unfortunately for her she has no evidence to back up her claims.
Soon after Carrie’s interview in August, the royal family issued a denial. They claimed that Carrie’s statements were untrue and the model has not even been present at the party. They also denied that Harry has ever met Carrie, calling her entire story untrue. In August 2012 a series of pictures of Harry partying naked in Las Vegas have been published all around the world. The Royal family tried to reduce their impact as much as possible, but the whole event turned out to be a huge scandal.
Even though Carrie claimed that all accusations against her are untrue, denying the felony bad check charge, she can face 5 years in jail, at least if found guilty.