Corinna does not stop her attack against Don Juan Carlos after being defeated in London: documentary about the hunt in Botswana

Just a few days after the British Court filed the businesswoman’s harassment lawsuit against the emeritus king Don Juan Carlosit has emerged that the German company has a new project related to the father of Felipe VI.

Corinna Larsen will appear in a documentary that Netflix is ​​preparing about the elephant hunt in Botswana, according to advances The Digital Confidential. The journalist Toni Garrido is the promoter of this project, which will last 90 minutes.

The episode that unleashed the greatest image crisis of the monarchy and for which Don Juan Carlos had to publicly apologize after breaking his hip will be addressed: “I am very sorry, it will not happen again.” It all happened in 2012, when the country was plunged into a deep economic crisis, and around two years before the abdication of King Juan Carlos to his son due to news related to his fortune.

This documentary joins other audiovisual works that have addressed the controversies of the emeritus. save the king premiered on HBO in September of last year. In May it arrived on SkyShowtime Juan Carlos: the fall of the king, with the intervention of Corinna. The German also launched her own podcast, Corinna and the kingin which he talked about his experience with Doña Sofía’s husband.

The latter was part of his strategy to heat up the London trial that, as we said, ruled against him on Friday when the harassment lawsuit filed against the emeritus was filed. Larsen became angry after learning of the Court’s decision and assured that she feels “deeply disappointed”: “Juan Carlos has deployed his entire arsenal to destroy me.” The father of Infanta Elena and Infanta Cristina, for her part, celebrated her victory in a statement in which he said he felt “very satisfied” and in which he already paved the way for “new public appearances.”