Belgium’s king Albert is to lose an appeal in the court case surrounding the DNA
On december 13, 2019 at 15:51
Recent updated: 40 minutes ago
Updated: 40 minutes ago
The Court of justice of the court of Cassation rejected the appeal of lawyers of the Belgian king, Albert II, had appealed against a ruling in the case in which the artist Delphine Boël has been brought, informs the belgian newspaper De Morgen on Friday.
Boël claims for years that she was a daughter of Albert II. They are trying to make this ever since 2013, the court approved and to get it. This required them to, inter alia, that a DNA-test.
When he refused, explaining to the court with him to have a DNA test on it. If he didn’t, he would have a penalty of 5,000 euros per day to pay for it. In may, the king and the Brussels erasmus hospital to have blood taken.