After losing the legal battle against King Juan Carlos I of Spain, Corinna Larsen is not about to go quietly.
Recently, Larsen suffered a setback when the British justice system decided to shelve the lawsuit she filed against the retired king for an alleged crime of harassment.
Now, the former mistress of the King Emeritus will once again put the Spanish monarchy in check, and it was announced that she has teamed up with Netflix to tell all about the monarch.
Corinna Larsen on Netflix
It seems that the German businesswoman wants to follow in Prince Harry’s footsteps and turn to the streaming giant to tell everything that really happened in Botswana, the country where the fall of the Spanish leader began.
Although not yet confirmed, all indications are that she will be appearing in a new documentary about elephant hunting.
Larsen wants to focus on what happened in 2012 in the African country when King Juan Carlos suffered an accident while hunting elephants in that country.
It all generated a great controversy, not only because of the hunting of protected animals, but because it was this chapter that put Corinna Larsen on the map, as a “dear friend” or “lover” of the monarch, as she introduced herself.
This is not the first time Larsen has used the media to attack King Felipe’s father.
First it was with a controversial eight-chapter podcast in which she recounted in great detail what she remembered about her relationship with King Juan Carlos of Spain.
Now she is ready to come clean about what happened in Botswana. She will be the star of a 90-minute documentary about elephant hunting in the area.
However, the Spanish portal “La Razon” points out that representatives of the German denied that she would participate in a documentary about elephant hunting.
Although the news has appeared in various Spanish media, we will just have to wait and see if the former mistress of the king will indeed appear in the project.