Well, at least he didn't get her pregnant ... right?
The San Diego beautician who says she frolicked naked with Prince Harry is in jail for writing bad checks.
Carrie Lynn Reichert was arrested on a felony warrant in San Diego as she tried to board a plane to Mexico on Aug. 24, a law enforcement source told the New York Daily News. The arrest came two days after photos of a naked Harry horsing around in his Vegas hotel suite were splashed around the Internet and the tabloid press.
Reichert is wanted in Harrison County, Miss., for allegedly writing four bad checks worth a total of $21,672 starting in August 2003, the source said.
Apparently what happens in Mississippi doesn't stay in Mississippi.
"Customs matched her up at the airport," the source said. "She was fixing to go out of the country, but we had them snatch her up. She didn't get to go on her little weekend adventure."
"Fixing" to leave the country? Who's the source here, Barney Fife?
The felony fraud charges carry more than a year in jail.
"How stupid can you be? You know you've got warrants on bad checks you've written. After 9/11, you know we're checking everyone on every flight," the source said.
Reichert is in a detention center in Santee, where her inmate record lists her as a blue-eyed blonde who's 5-feet 7-inches tall, 120 pounds and 40 years old. She claimed she was 32 in her recent bombshell interview with
The first woman to go on the record with her alleged eyewitness account of Prince Harry's naked Vegas shenanigans, Reichert claimed to be one of about 10 "really pretty girls" hand-picked to party with Harry in a Vegas hotel suite last month.
"We kissed, he was naked at the time, and pretty open," Reichert told The People, a sister publication of The Mirror. "It was a drunken fumble. It wasn't romantic, just fun."
BRITNEY SPEARS HAD PANIC ATTACKS ON 'X FACTOR": Britney Spears had "panic attack after panic attack" on her first day filming the "X Factor."
The singer joined the judges panel of the hit show earlier this year alongside Simon Cowell, Demi Lovato and LA Reid.
But she told Elle magazine she struggled with nerves during her first appearance as a judge.
"I was extremely nervous. I was having panic attack after panic attack," she said.
Sitting next to Simon Cowell will do that to someone. Which may or may not be why Paula Abdul would occasionally forget how to speak English.
Cowell insists Spears is doing a good job on the show.
"On the first day, 100 percent she didn't think she was going to be able to do this," Cowell said, according to Britain's Sun newspaper. "It's the Roman Colosseum -- 5,000 people booing if you say no. But I'm seeing this woman blossom week by week doing this. I think she's going to be good for the show, and I think the show is going to be good for her."
It was widely reported in May that Spears walked off the set just a half-hour into her first day of auditions in Austin, Texas. One fan said "She was like a rabbit caught in headlights."
Rabbits don't make that kind of money.
Spears' fiance Jason Trawick, who is her former agent and her co-conservator with her father, was by her side during the Elle interview. He talked about how they first met.
"It was kind of one of those things where she moved, like, turned around, so we were face-to-face and then..." he said, hinting that she made the first move.
Spears interjected. "OK, that's enough information, sweetie. It was sweet, just say that."
KRISTIN STEWART STILL TRYING TO GET SOMEONE'S ATTENTION: Kristen Stewart is subtle.
As she made her way from Los Angeles International Airport Thursday morning, headed for a flight to the Toronto Film Festival, Stewart was spotted again wearing one of Robert Pattinson's shirts, according to E! Online. It was the same T-shirt Pattinson was photographed in on July 19, 2011.
No, I'm not kidding. Someone really gets paid to know these things.
Stewart wore one of Pattinson's shirts last month in one of her first appearances after the scandal broke over her cheating on Pattinson with her "Snow White and the Huntsman" director, Rupert Sanders.
Stewart will make her first official public appearance since news of the affair broke on Friday night, at a special presentation of her upcoming film "On the Road," an adaptation of the Jack Kerouac classic
AMANDA BYNES OFF THE STREETS: Millions of drivers in Southern California came out of hiding and rejoiced Thursday, as perhaps the biggest highway threat since drunken driving was invented was removed from the road.
Amanda Bynes' driver's license has been suspended by the California Department of Motor Vehicles, according to the Los Angeles Times.
The actress was hit with two misdemeanor charges of hit-and-run this week, stemming from two separate incidents. And these incidents don't count the time when she was charged with DUI after hitting a cop car, OR the time she pulled way from a cop during a traffic stop, OR the time she almost ran over some photographers in Hollywood.
And that's just in the past year. Right -- she's like Lindsay Lohan on steroids.
No word on any upcoming court dates, but rest assured the authorities will post warning on those large freeway signs in case she gets her license back.
SEPTEMBER 7 IN HISTORY
Friday is Sept. 7, the 251st day of 2012. There are 115 days left in the year.
1533: England's Queen Elizabeth I was born in Greenwich.
1812: The Battle of Borodino took place during the Napoleonic Wars as French troops clashed with Russian forces outside Moscow; although France won a short-term victory, Russia was able to ultimately drive out Napoleon's invaders. (The battle was commemorated by composer Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky with his "1812 Overture.")
1825: The Marquis de Lafayette, the French hero of the American Revolution, bade farewell to President John Quincy Adams at the White House.
1892: James J. Corbett knocked out John L. Sullivan to win the world heavyweight crown in New Orleans in a fight conducted under the Marquess of Queensberry rules.
1907: The British liner RMS Lusitania set out from Liverpool, England, on its maiden voyage, arriving six days later in New York.
1940: Nazi Germany began its eight-month blitz of Britain during World War II with the first air attack on London.
1957: The original version of the animated NBC peacock logo, used to denote programs "brought to you in living color," made its debut at the beginning of "Your Hit Parade."
1962: Author Karen Blixen, also known as Isak Dinesen, died in Rungstedlund, Denmark, at age 77.
1964: The controversial "Daisy" commercial, an ad for President Lyndon B. Johnson's election campaign featuring a girl plucking flower petals followed by a nuclear explosion, aired on NBC-TV.
1972: The International Olympic Committee banned Vince Matthews and Wayne Collett of the U.S. from further competition for talking to each other on the victory stand in Munich during the playing of the "Star-Spangled Banner" after winning the gold and silver medals in the 400-meter run.
1977: The Panama Canal treaties, calling for the U.S. to eventually turn over control of the waterway to Panama, were signed in Washington by President Jimmy Carter and Panamanian leader Omar Torrijos.
1986: Desmond Tutu was installed as the first black to lead the Anglican Church in southern Africa.
1996: Rapper Tupac Shakur was shot and mortally wounded on the Las Vegas Strip; he died six days later.
2002: President George W. Bush and British Prime Minister Tony Blair, meeting at Camp David, said the world had to act against Saddam Hussein, arguing that the Iraqi leader had defied the United Nations and reneged on promises to destroy weapons of mass destruction. Serena Williams easily beat Venus Williams 6-4, 6-3 to win the U.S. Open and a third straight Grand Slam title. Uzi Gal, the German-born inventor of the Uzi submachine gun, died in Philadelphia at age 79.
2007: Osama bin Laden appeared in a video for the first time in three years, telling Americans they should convert to Islam if they wanted the war in Iraq to end. A federal judge ruled that Iran had to pay $2.65 billion to the families of the 241 U.S. service members killed in the 1983 bombing of the U.S. Marine barracks in Beirut. A jury in St. Francisville, La., acquitted Sal and Mabel Mangano, the owners of a nursing home where 35 patients died after Hurricane Katrina, of negligent homicide and cruelty charges. Shawn Johnson won the women's all-around title at the world gymnastics championships in Stuttgart, Germany; among the men, China's Yang Wei won his second straight title.
2011: A private Russian jet carrying a top ice hockey team slammed into a riverbank moments after takeoff from the airport near the western city of Yaroslavl, killing at least 44 people. (Investigators blamed pilot error.) A powerful bomb hidden in a briefcase ripped through a crowd of people waiting to enter a New Delhi courthouse, killing 13 people.
Sen. Daniel Inouye, D-Hawaii, (88), jazz musician Sonny Rollins (82), singer Alfa Anderson (Chic) (66), actress Susan Blakely (64), singer Gloria Gaynor (63), rock singer Chrissie Hynde (The Pretenders) (61), actress Julie Kavner (61), rock musician Benmont Tench (Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers) (59), actor Corbin Bernsen (58), model-actress Angie Everhart (43), actor Tom Everett Scott (42), rock musician Chad Sexton (311) (42), actress Shannon Elizabeth (39), actress Evan Rachel Wood (25).