BRIEVA – A brother-in-law of the Spanish king, Felipe VI, Iñaki Urdangarin, is Monday the prison of Brieva entered. He must be five years and ten months sitting due to embezzlement, forgery and tax fraud.
The fifty-year-old husband of princess Cristina de Borbón y Grecia is found guilty of large-scale tampering with the foundation Nóos.
The fifty-year-old husband of princess Cristina de Borbón y Grecia is found guilty of large-scale tampering with the foundation Nóos. That was with money from regional governments, under more sporting activity to promote, but disappeared millions of euros.
Cristina was suspected of complicity but was acquitted. The affair-Nóos has the respect of the royal house massive damage inflicted. Urdangarin and his family are almost alienated from the rest of the royal family. They have been living since 2013 in Geneva. The 53-year-old Cristina has a job there and their four children go to school.
Urdangarin is now over 1000 miles away in the prison of Brieva near the city of Avila. It is a women’s prison which is a small section for male inmates. The brother-in-law of the king would be confined in a unit of five cells, a dining room and patio.
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