Prince Ernst August on Trial for Assault in Germany

  June 15, 2009 at 10:36 am by

Princess Caroline of Monaco’s husband, Prince Ernst August of Hannover, is currently on trial in Germany for the January 2000 beating of a Kenyan hotel owner.

This trial, a retrial of a 2004 verdict, is expected to last 11 days and may include testimony by Princess Caroline, a witness to the reported beating. Although the reported attack occurred in Kenya, the trial is being held in Germany under special laws for foreigners.

More information from the Associated Press report is available here and discussion of Their Royal Highness’ current events are here.

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2 Responses to Prince Ernst August on Trial for Assault in Germany

  1. karina says:

    That really sucks

  2. H.R.H. Sunni says:

    In all honest it sounds horrible, one can only it’s not as bad as it seems but if such an altercation did occur then a reason must have followed. Or it was a simple missunderstanding and ALOT OF Merry-ment.

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