Scandal of Spanish King Juan Carlos still demands immunity in the lawsuit | the Royal family

Scandal of Spanish King Juan Carlos still demands immunity in the lawsuit |  the Royal family

Juan Carlos still holds the title of King of Spain. He has tried to obtain immunity from the London court for being a king, but according to the English judge, he is not head of state and his ex-wife can continue the lawsuits. But during Tuesday’s hearing, the king’s lawyer announced an appeal against that decision.

An ex-girlfriend of Juan Carlos, the Danish-German Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein-Sayn (58), accuses him of molesting her for years, threatening her and deliberately slandering her. It is also said that Juan Carlos caused British and Spanish intelligence to spy on her for no apparent reason.

Compensation

Sayn Wittgenstein Sayn, who has lived in England since 2015, has gone to court to claim significant damages and to demand action against defamation and threats against the former king. Juan Carlos withdrew to the UAE in 2020 after a corruption scandal in Spain. He denied all allegations.

Less than two kilometers from the London court, King Philip, son of Juan Carlos, attended a memorial service for British Prince Philip (1921-2021). Felipe succeeded his father in 2014 after he resigned due to health reasons.

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