Media returns to the case of the villa in Marrakech of Juan Carlos 1st. The former Spanish monarch, whose special status protected him from any legal proceedings, is accused of having put in the name of his former German mistress a part of his real estate patrimony.
In particular, land in Morocco, including a villa in Marrakech in recent years, said Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein. She had also said that her lover of the former king of Spain had bank accounts in Switzerland.
According to the same source, the Second Chamber of the Higher Court of Spain delivered its verdict on the complaint filed by the former “girlfriend” of Juan Carlos I by deciding, purely and simply, to file this case.
This judicial decision was taken, it is said, for lack of evidence incriminating the former Spanish monarch in the case of “nominee” of the accuser Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein who is thus dismissed. But also because Juan Carlos, at the time of the facts, benefited from the judicial immunity as king of Spain.