Now that Prince Harry's latest royal scandal is dying down, the U.K. Mirror has decided to revive it.
The Mirror tracked down the woman who reportedly spent some quality time with Harry during his Las Vegas get-away.
British-born Carrie Reichert, 32, told the newspaper that she was hand-picked for Harry by royal security to join him in his VIP penthouse suite.
Carrie said when she got to the room, "Harry was already undressed."
"It was just crazy. He looked actually delirious," she told the paper. "He would just randomly walk up to you and hug you. He was just really friendly and there were just really ?random naked hugs. It was funny."
But Carrie's fun with the handsome prince went a bit further than hugs. "We kissed, he was naked at the time," she said. "It was a drunken fumble. It wasn't romantic, just fun."
So much for "what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas."
Vanity Fair: Women were auditioned to become the future Mrs. Tom Cruise
Vanity Fair's October cover story tells the tale of how the Church of Scientology auditioned actresses to play the part of Tom Cruise's real-life spouse.
According to the magazine, Nazanin Boniadi was selected from a group of Scientologist actresses and was told she was being interviewed to appear in a training film.
Vanity Fair reports that "in a month-long preparation," Nazanin was "told to lose her braces, her red highlights and her boyfriend."
The report says that the Iranian-born actress was told she would become an enemy of Scientology if she "messed up."
Nazanin said she sensed an arranged marriage after she met Tom for the first time. And according to the article, Nazanin moved in to Tom's home and was given a credit card as her only source of money. Then, Tom allegedly broke it off, saying he wanted "someone with her own power, like Nicole Kidman."
Nazanin reportedly moved out in January 2005, just three months before Tom and Katie Holmes first appeared in public together.
After Nazanin broke down and told her story to a friend at her Scientology center, she was allegedly punished. According to Vanity Fair, her chores included "scrubbing toilets with a toothbrush, cleaning tiles with acid and digging ditches in the middle of the night."
And according to Showbiz411, ex-Scientologist Paul Haggis has confirmed the magazine's story.
The director, who considers Nazanin a friend, said she was "embarrassed by her unwitting involvement" and he kept quiet for her sake. Paul added that Nazanin's experience was just one example of the troubling nature of "the organization."
According to Paul, Nazanin "quietly and privately resigned from the church a couple of years ago."