Inaki Urdangarin, the Duke of Palma and son-in-law of King Juan Carlos has testified before a judge in Mallorca after being allegedly involved corruption scandal that accused him of malversation of funds intended for his charity. The duke, however, shrugged the accusations. This was the second time that the duke was questioned.
"The session was held behind closed doors, but Spanish media reports say the duke read a statement distancing King Juan Carlos from the corruption scandal," reports BBC.
The royal house "had no opinion, did not advise and did not authorise" any of his activities at the non-profit Noos institute, he is reported to have told the investigating judge and prosecutors.