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Juan Carlos in harassment case may go to trial in UK - Observer

Juan Carlos in harassment case may go to trial in UK – Observer

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King Emeritus of Spain is likely to face trial in the United Kingdom in the case of harassment by his ex-boyfriend Corinne Joe Sine-Widgenstein Sine after the UK High Court denied Juan Carlos I a sovereign immunity. He writes To Reuters.

In July last year, a civil case was filed against Juan Carlos I for torture by Corina’s lawyers. The charge of harassment and illegal surveillance was made in December 2020. Contact her, then slander her and approach her from a distance of less than 150 meters.

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Corinna is a Danish citizen and lives in the UK. He had previously testified that he had a romantic relationship with the former king and was the target of various acts of persecution between 2012 and 2020.

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The court ruled that “if the case continues, the defendant will have the opportunity to argue the claims against him.” Ultimately, it will be up to the court to hear the evidence and make a decision “after the trial”.

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Clifford Sans, the law firm representing King Emeritus, says its client is “disappointed” by the British court’s ruling, although it is unclear whether it will appeal. The Spanish Royal House declined to comment. To Reuters Remember King Emeritus has previously vehemently denied the allegations, saying they were “baseless allegations”.

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British Judge Justice Nicklin found that there was no basis for granting state exemption in the harassment case. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. , Says his lawyer, Robin Rathmel, which is “the first step on the path to justice.”

Removed from the Spanish throne in 2014, Juan Carlos I left Spain and moved to the United Arab Emirates in the summer of 2020, when he was ousted following a series of scandals.

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