Rebel Wilson claims Royal Family member 'invited her to drug-fuelled orgy'

Australian movie star Rebel Wilson has claimed that a member of the Royal Family invited her to a 'drug fuelled orgy'. The actress does not name the person in her newly published memoir, but details that they are a member of the extended family in line to the throne.

Ms Wilson adds that the party was allegedly held at a rented ranch near Los Angeles in 2014. She writes: “I got thrown a last-minute invite to a tech billionaire’s party – the guy who invited me, who's [a member of the extended family in line to the throne], had said to my male friend, ‘We need more girls’."

The star added that she wore a 'buxom damsel outfit complete with cone hat' to the party, which she claims was medieval-themed. She added: “The party was insane. Men were jousting on horses in a field, girls dressed as mermaids were in the pool.

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Actress Rebel Wilson in a blue dress
Actress Rebel Wilsonsays she 'ran out of there as fast as she could' -Credit:Thomas Niedermueller/Getty Images for ZFF)

The property was massive, and because it was quite a drive, people had been assigned rooms to sleep there overnight.”

Ms Wilson then describes how she watched the unnamed UK royal 'flounder around' before a man arrived with drugs. She wrote: “There’s a huge private fireworks display and then all of a sudden it’s 2am and a guy comes out with a large tray piled with what looks like a ton of candy.

“I’m like, ‘Ooooh, is that candy?’ and the guy holding the tray says, ‘No, this is the molly [MDMA],’ and I turned to the screenwriter I’ve been talking with, confused. He says, ‘Oh, it’s for the orgy … the orgies normally start at these things about this time.’

“Now the comment by the Windsor about needing more girls started to make a lot more sense. They weren’t talking about a boy-girl ratio like it was a year-eight disco. They were talking about an ORGY!” She then ends the anecdote by writing: “Needless to say, I hike up my damsel dress and run out of there as fast as I can.”

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