Courteney Cox Responds to Prince Harry’s Claim He Found Psychedelic Drugs at Her House

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The star finally responded to what Harry wrote in his memoir, 'Spare.'

While celebrating her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Courteney Cox addressed the rumors swirling about her having psychedelic mushroom chocolates in her fridge when Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex, stayed over.

Harry wrote about partying at the actress' house in his memoir, Spare, which was published on Jan. 10 of this year. In the book, he mentioned taking psychedelic mushrooms at Cox's home and hallucinating in her bathroom.

When Variety asked Cox about the story recently while discussing her successful career, the 58-year-old said of Harry, "He did stay here for a couple of days — probably two or three. He’s a really nice person."

She went on, "I haven’t read the book. I do want to hear it, because I’ve heard it’s really entertaining. But yes, it’s gotten back to me about it. I’m not saying there were mushrooms! I definitely wasn’t passing them out.”

In the book, Harry described spotting "black diamond mushroom chocolates” in Cox's fridge. He wrote, “Someone behind me said they were for everybody," saying that this person went on to say, “Help yourself, boys," to Harry and his friend.

As the story goes, Harry ate one and proceeded to hallucinate that Cox's silver trashcan in the bathroom was talking to him.

Considering Cox said that she hasn't read the book yet, it will be interesting to see if she has anything more to say about the incident after.

In her conversation with Variety, Cox also revealed how she feels about her career right now. She said, "The place I am in right now is the happiest I’ve ever been. There’s a lot of things that are not great about getting older, but there’s a lot of great things and that is being in a place where I love working. I try harder now at things. I care more."

"There’s just something about the confidence of time, of doing something so long, I probably love it more now than I ever have," she concluded.