Meghan Markle could soon have to worry about a movie from her past being released. She is pictured during a visit to the Association of Commonwealth Universities at the University of London in London on Jan. 31, 2019. Yui Mok-WPA Pool/Getty Images

It appears another new controversy could soon unfold that will affect Meghan Markle and the royal family, and this time, it will be directly related to the Duchess of Sussex’s former career as an actress.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the 2011 TV Movie “The Boys & Girls Guide To Getting Down,” which starred Markle, has been picked up by Artist rights Distribution and there’s a belief they intend to bring the movie to theaters within the year. However, according to Radar Online, this could be a big problem for Markle, because the character she played was decidedly not someone who would be deemed appropriate as a royal.

The storyline of the film follows a group of twenty-somethings as they all go clubbing and partying on one wild and crazy night in Los Angeles, and Markle’s character, Dana, allegedly does some outrageous things.

Among the things that Radar notes her character does is cup her own breasts and discuss getting them enhanced, as well as seemingly snorting drugs in a club bathroom. In addition, she reportedly is seen in a scene where she also asks if her outfit is “too slutty,” and she insists that she isn’t looking to hook up with anyone—though her character is otherwise highly sexualized.

The film also starred Eva Marcille, Max Greenfield and Adam Pally.

While the film is decidedly in Markle’s past and is even from an early point in her career, and she herself is not known for similar behaviors, the movie’s release could still result in some scandal for her. In fact, shortly after her engagement to Prince Harry was announced, a petition was started to have her kept from marrying him because she was deemed “unsuitable” due to her simulating sex in scenes throughout her career.