Looks like the mattress is feeling the heat. Personally I hope she throw the old goat under the bus and he has to go to jail!
Spanish authorities are investigating whether Juan Carlos - the former King of Spain - received a secret commission for helping to win a £5.5 billion Saudi rail deal, after his former mistress made the allegations privately.
German Corinna zu Sayn-Wittgenstein has been placed under investigation in relation to audio recordings of a meeting between herself and retired Spanish police commissioner José Manuel Villarejo at her London home in 2015.
Investigating judge Manuel García Castellón is now looking into whether Sayn-Wittgenstein commissioned Villarejo - then a serving police officer - to gain information about a Spanish citizen.
The conversation was recorded at Sayn-Wittgenstein's London home in 2015 after Villarejo asked for a meeting under the pretense that Spain's intelligence services were plotting to implicate her in criminal activity.The former police commissioner is currently being held in pretrial custody and is himself facing as many as ten investigations - suspected of running an illicit side-business as a secret fixer for the Spanish elite.
He is facing charges of money laundering, criminal association and bribery of public officials.
Juan Carlos and his former lover are already facing other legal trouble in Switzerland, where an inquiry is investigating secret offshore accounts linked to the pair.
Swiss prosecutors are examining a €65 million (£59 million) payment the former King made to Sayn-Wittgenstein in 2012 under suspicion of money laundering.
An alleged $100 million donation in 2008 - then worth €65 million - to Juan Carlos from the then-King of Saudi Arabia, is also being looked at by Yves Bertossa, a Swiss prosecutor.
Bertossa is investigating whether the donation and the subsequent payment to Sayn-Wittgenstein were connected to the payment of illegal commissions for the construction of a railway in Saudi Arabia.
Spanish prosecutors are now assessing whether there is sufficient evidence to begin legal proceedings for money laundering and tax crimes against Juan Carlos over the alleged ties and related kickbacks.
Sayn-Wittgenstein has previously claimed that the former head of the country's National Intelligence Centre, General Felix Sanz Roldan, carried out an intimidation and harassment campaign against her under the orders of Juan Carlos after she fell out of favour with the former King.'