A Dutch newspaper: The heir to the throne spent a year in Spain to escape a Moroccan drug lord

A Dutch newspaper has confirmed that heir to the Dutch throne Princess Catharina-Amalia fled to Spain for a year after security threats from a Moroccan-born drug lord.

The newspaper “De Telegraaf” reported that the Dutch inmate of Moroccan origin, Ridouan Taghi (46), a “drug lord” running a criminal organization behind bars, threatened to kidnap the heir to the throne as well as the wife of King Philip Alexander.
Taghi’s lawyer denied the accusations against her client in statements to the Dutch newspaper, saying they were “baseless misinformation.”

She explained that her client “was shocked and strongly disputed the report in the newspaper ‘De Telegraaf’ that he was part of plans to target the princess and the prime minister.”

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