By Euro Weekly News Media • 31 July 2013 • 16:44
Tattoo artist arrested for sexually assaulting a British woman on holiday in Ibiza . Credit- Daily Mail
A JUDGE in Barcelona has lifted the ban which prevented the media from publishing the personal emails of Royal son-in-law Iñaki Urdangarin.
Following this, some have revealed conversations between the Duke of Palma and a woman with whom he allegedly met on occasions.
The judge has ruled in favour of the seven communication companies which were sued by Urdangarin and which opposed the ban.
However, his former associate Diego Torres is still banned from publishing any e-mails written by the Duke of Palma or revealing them to the media.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that Iñaki’s wife, Cristina, will move to Geneva, where La Caixa Foundation has given her the job of coordinating their programmes with UN agencies. She will move there with her four children, but Iñaki will continue to reside in Barcelona to maintain his defence in the Noos corruption case.
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