Rebel Wilson invited to a party with drugs, orgies by British royal

Rebel Wilson reflects on the time she accepted a royal invitation to a very unexpected kind of party.

In his memoirs Rebel on the rise, which arrived in libraries earlier this month, the Perfect pitch The star recalls an experience in which she was invited by an anonymous, estranged member of the British royal family to a party complete with drugs and alleged orgies in 2014.

“I received a last-minute invitation to a party from a tech billionaire,” Wilson writes, according to an excerpt obtained by PEOPLE. “The guy who invited me, who is between fifteenth and twentieth in line to the British throne, had said to my friend, ‘We need more girls.'”

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So, the actress dressed for the event’s medieval theme as a “buxom maiden outfit with a conical hat” and traveled to an undisclosed ranch just outside of Los Angeles to join the festivities. “The party was crazy. Men were playing on horses in a field, girls dressed as mermaids were in the swimming pool…” she remembers. “The property was huge and because it was quite a long drive, people were assigned rooms to sleep there at night.”

She noted that she also saw the royal “floundering” during the evening as well, before attending a “huge private fireworks display” on the property. She writes: “And then all of a sudden it’s 2 a.m. and a guy comes out with a big tray full of what looks like a ton of candy.”

Initially excited, Wilson asked about the treats, only to be informed that they were in fact “Molly”, a psychoactive drug also known as MDMA or Ecstasy. “I turned to the screenwriter I was speaking with, confused,” she recalls. “He says, ‘Oh, it’s for the orgy… orgies normally start at these things at this time.'”

Suddenly, everything clicked in Wilson’s brain. “Now the Windsors’ comment about needing more girls began to make a lot more sense,” she wrote. “They weren’t talking about boy-girl ratios like in an eighth-grade disco. They were talking about an ORGY! »

After realizing what was happening, Wilson quickly fled, writing, “Needless to say I pulled up my maid dress and ran out of there as fast as I could.”

That experience is one of many anecdotes Wilson shares in her new memoir, including how she waited until age 35 to have sex and was only paid $3,500 to star in the classic from 2011, Bridesmaids.

The rise of the rebels is available now.

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