Courts deemed royal paternity suit frivolous

Former Paraguayan President Fernando Lugo in induced coma after suffering a stroke. Image: Fernando Lugo/Twitter

THE Spanish Supreme Courts rejected a paternity suit against former King Juan Carlos because it was deemed ‘false and frivolous.’

The suit, which was presented to the courts last autumn by Belgian woman Ingrid Sartiau, was rejected in March, but the reasons magistrates gave to do so had not been revealed until now.

As the story began to turn into a bit of a soap opera, with Sartiau giving contradicting details during interviews of an alleged affair between her mother and the former king, four out of seven magistrates decided to reject the case claiming it was false and frivolous and suggesting the sole aim was to obtain a DNA sample.

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