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Courtney Cox Denies Passing Out Magic Mushrooms to Prince Harry During His Stay at Her House


Prince Harry - Courteney Cox

Courtney Cox, the actress best known for her role in the hit TV series "Friends," has spoken out about Prince Harry's claims that she provided him and his friends with psychedelic mushrooms during his stay at her house.


In his new memoir, "Spare," the Duke of Sussex writes about his experience with mushrooms, which he says helped him deal with the loss of his mother, Princess Diana. However, Cox has denied any involvement in the incident, saying that she was not passing them out to Prince Harry and others.


According to Harry's book, he found a box of black diamond mushroom chocolates in Cox's refrigerator, which he believed were for everyone to enjoy. He and a friend proceeded to eat several of the chocolates, washing them down with tequila.



In an interview with Variety, Cox stated that she was not passing out mushrooms to her guests. "I'm not saying there were mushrooms! I definitely wasn't passing them out," she said. "He did stay here for a couple of days - probably two or three. He's a really nice person."


In his book, Harry writes about his struggles with grief following his mother's death in 1997. He explains that he had not cried since her passing and had even tried to force himself to cry by watching videos of her.


However, he says that his experience with mushrooms helped him to clear his mind and find peace.

"For me, they cleared the windscreen, the windshield, the misery of loss," Harry writes in his memoir. "They cleared away this idea that I had in my head that...I needed to cry to prove to my mother that I missed her. When in fact, all she wanted was for me to be happy."


Psychedelic therapy has become increasingly popular in recent years, with many people using substances such as mushrooms and LSD to treat conditions like depression and anxiety.


However, the legality of these drugs remains a major issue, with many states maintaining strict laws against their use and possession.



While Cox denies any involvement in Harry's mushroom experience, the incident has sparked renewed interest in the topic of psychedelic therapy. As more people begin to explore the potential benefits of these substances, it remains to be seen whether they will become more widely accepted and legally available in the years to come.


In the meantime, Harry's book continues to generate controversy and discussion. Whether or not Cox was involved in his mushroom experience, it is clear that the Duke of Sussex has been on a long and difficult journey toward healing and self-discovery.


His story is a reminder that grief can take many forms, and that there is no one "right" way to cope with loss.



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