Prince Harry Deletes Facebook Account After Nude Photos Scandal

Don’t expect to “like” any more nude photos of Prince Harry any time soon.

William’s younger brother has deleted his personal Facebook account amid the fallout from the scandal that rocked Buckingham Palace last week when pics of the playboy prince playing a game of strip pool in Las Vegas were splashed all over the Internet.

According to Us Weekly, Harry has deactivated his private profile on the social media site, which he kept for the past year under the pseudonym Spike Wells, “because of all the Vegas drama. No more Facebook for Harry for a while. He’ll probably come back online in the future, but, for now, he’s been advised to go offline.”

The 27-year-old royal had 400 friends, according to The Daily Beast, and would often comment on photos and updates from his pals, including one by the name of Arthur Landon, who just last week posted a pic on his public profile of Harry passed out in the sand during a recent trip to Necker Island, although he had obstructed his face. In another photo Landon uploaded of a suitcase containing a gas mask and a purple bong, “Harry” commented “good luck.”

In Spike Wells’ “about me” section, he described himself as from Maun, Botswana, a town he visited in 2007 with then-girlfriend Chelsy Davy, with an interest in “all sports.” Previously, his profile image was of a red-headed child with their hand on their head with “Oh my God, I’m ginger” spelled out above it.