Corinna Larsen sues the King Emeritus before the London justice for threats and "illegal surveillance"

Corinna Larsen has sued King Emeritus Juan Carlos I before the High Court in London, and requests, in addition to being compensated for the “illegal surveillance” she suffered from the Spanish secret services, that his ex-lover cannot get within 150 meters of any of his residences, as published by the Financial Times on Tuesday.

In the complaint, that was filed last December and that has not been known until now, the businesswoman accuses the former monarch and the Spanish secret services of “illegal surveillance” in the United Kingdom and of harassing her since 2012 through threats, defamation and covert espionage.

According to the United Kingdom publication, the defense of Juan Carlos I has not yet responded to the claim, Although it is still to be decided whether English justice is competent to investigate a former head of state of another nation who does not live in the UK.

Larsen has denounced in various interviews and even during his appearance as a witness in a trial in Spain -the first that has been held against the retired commissioner José Manuel Villarejo- the harassment that he claims to have suffered since 2012, when their relationship came to light after the trip they made together to Botswana, so that he does not reveal state secrets that, according to her, they accuse him of having in their power.


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