US federal judge will hear an appeal from a think tank to unseal Prince Harry's US immigration records following admissions that he took drugs in his memoir Spare.
According to reports, the judge will hear the case on June 6, where the US government officials will appear in court to answer questions over Harry’s visa application.
Nile Gardiner, director of the Margaret Thatcher Centre for Freedom at the Heritage Foundation, tweeted, “Breaking News: A Hearing on the @Heritage @OversightPR Prince Harry immigration records case will be held in Washington, DC Federal Court in front of a U.S. Federal Judge at 2.30 pm on Tuesday June 6 in Courtroom 17.
He also revealed, “The Hearing will be open to the press.”
The lawsuit, filed earlier this month, demands release of Prince Harry's US visa records after drug admissions.
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