An account under the name of 'Spike Wells' believed to be Harry's personal Facebook page has disappeared from the web.
Prince Harry is so determined to avoid the media that he shuts down his Facebook page. The royal ginger, who allegedly opened an account under a pseudonym "Spike Wells", deletes his profile on the social network a few days after his Las Vegas naked pictures came out.
On the page that was still active last week, Harry reportedly befriended around 400 people including Arthur Landon, one of Britain's richest bachelors. Rumor suggested the party-loving prince deactivated his account, which had high-level privacy settings, at the advise of his team.
Mr. Wells previously used a picture of a red-headed child clutching his head for his profile image. It's tagged with a caption that read, "Oh my God, I'm ginger." During Harry's trip to the Sin City, the profile picture was allegedly changed into a photo of 3 young men wearing matching Panama hats.
One of the men reportedly looked a lot like the younger brother of Prince William. The guys stood in front of a huge flat television in what appeared to be a hotel suite that resembled Harry's room at the MGM Grand where he stayed during his vacation.
Earlier this month, Landon posted on his page, which was fully accessible to public until last week, a picture of the Prince passing out in the sand on Necker Island. He also uploaded a picture of a box full of stuffs including a gas mask. Mr. Wells joked that Landon might need to explain the contents of the case to a judge. "I've called ahead," he added as quoted by the Daily Beast. "I should be fine."
Landon previously denied it was one of Harry's friends who leaked the nude pictures. "None of his friends would ever do that. We are really careful," he told Hello Magazine. "I obviously think it is really despicable that someone would accept Prince Harry's hospitality and then take these pictures."