Is the naked nightmare really over for Prince Harry?
Maybe not. After the 27-year-old royal was photographed partying in the nude in a Las Vegas hotel room last weekend, with the photos hitting the web via TMZ late Tuesday, the shocking snapshots may just be the beginning.
Case in point? Max Clifford, one of the most powerful and prominent publicist in the UK, tells Us Weekly he was "been approached by two American girls" who claim to have additional photos and evidence from Harry's wild night in Vegas. Although the two young women contacted Clifford in the hopes of selling their snapshots, "I turned them down," he explains to Us.
Adds a source close to the situation: "There's more out there. Stories which wont go down well with the Royal family. It could get worse."
British newspaper The Sun ignored a warning from the palace and a regulatory ruling on Friday morning by controversially publishing the nude photos on its front pages.
"We have no further comment to make either on the publication of the photographs or on the story itself concerning Prince Harry's private holiday in Las Vegas," the Palace tells Us in a statement.
On the Sun's bold move, the Palace rep adds, "Newspapers regulate themselves, so the publication of the photographs is ultimately a decision for editors to make. We have made our views on Prince Harry's privacy known."
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Prince Harry Nude Photo Scandal "Could Get Worse"
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