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Spain’s Former King Seeks Immunity Over Claim He Used Spy Agency to Threaten Ex-Lover

Spain’s Former King Seeks Immunity Over Claim He Used Spy Agency to Threaten Ex-lover

From: Guardian

A former lover of the former king of Spain believes a book about the death of Diana, Princess of Wales was left in her home as part of a campaign of harassment directed by the monarch, the high court in London has been told.

The former king Juan Carlos is seeking sovereign immunity at the court against claims he used Spain’s spy agency to harass a Danish businesswoman, Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein.

In a skeleton argument presented to the court, lawyers for Sayn-Wittgenstein said she was seeking damages for the “great mental pain, alarm, anxiety, distress, loss of wellbeing, humiliation and moral stigma she has suffered.”

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