The King Juan Carlos He has agreed to be penalized by the Treasury after admitting that he should have declared the “gifts” of various businessmen who paid for his hunts. With the agreement reached with the Tax Agency, he assumes his fault and will have to pay the amounts requested by the tax authorities, but closes the inspection.

the emeritus has signed a Record of conformity with the Tax Agency that adds to the voluntary regularizations that he carried out for an amount of just over five million to avoid being accused of various tax offenses and that were validated by the Supreme Court Prosecutor’s Office, and this despite the fact that the King had been notified that he was being investigated.

Iberian hams

The administrative procedure initiated by the Financial and Tax Inspection Department formally required the ex lover of Corinna Larsen to detail the number of hunts he had attended after ceasing to be head of state (between the years 2014 and 2018), and also say who or who had paid his expenses, especially those destined to pay for his very expensive private flights, although the Treasury has arrived to ask the husband of the Queen Sofia for other smaller gifts, such as custom-made shoes or Iberian hams. The amounts represented an unjustified increase in assets when he was no longer head of state.

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Don Juan Carlos now admits that he did not pay amount any for the aforementioned displacements, when it was no longer inviolable and the Treasury sanctions him based on these data, now assumed by the Emeritus, to close the procedure by paying the required amount. The amounts claimed by the Tax Agency do not reach in any of the fiscal years the 120.000 euros, Therefore, they are not constitutive of a Fiscal crime, in accordance with the Penal Code.

This new agreement, published this Tuesday by The world, He adds to the voluntary statements he made for the gift of private flights through the Zagatka Foundation, controlled by his cousin Álvaro de Orleans, or those carried out by the Mexican businessman Allen Sanginés-Krause.

The Prosecutor of the Supreme Court archived other cases and other items of previous expenses given the inviolability enjoyed by Don Juan Carlos as head of State, and in other cases due to the prescription of the alleged crimes committed or even due to the lack of evidence that there had been managed funds from the trust that was discovered for him on the island of Jersey.