The king’s son-in-law enjoyed relationships with the influential relative.
The Supreme court of Spain sentenced the son-in-law of king Philip to nearly six years in prison for financial fraud, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to ZiK.
Inaki Urdangarin, will be imprisoned for five years and 10 months. The judges have accused her husband of the Infanta Cristina, sister of the king, in the tax fraud.
And he abused his connections with the Royal family, and collecting money in the sports Fund and used them for their own enrichment.
Hearings on the case of fraud began on 11 January 2016. Only in the case were 17 people, including the king’s sister.