The inviolability of the crown became Juan Carlos de Borbon’s best ally on the bench. British courts ruled this week that the privilege protects him from most of the harassment allegations brought against him by his ex-lover, Corinna Larsen, for which he faces trial in this country. The same inviolability that, together with the prescription, freed him from criminal liability in Spain for disposing of his property abroad and behind the treasury and public treasury in tax havens. This latest favorable appeals court ruling prevents, for example, the King Emeritus from answering the most serious allegations made by Larsen: that the CNI, on the monarch’s orders, attacked his office in his home in Monaco. In Switzerland and through the chief of Spanish spies, he threatened the aristocrat several times.
Source: El Diario