Sir Sean Connery threatens legal action against Spanish court
James Bond actor Sir Sean Connery has confirmed he will take legal action against the court of Marbella for having publicly revealed his suspected implication in a property fraud case
under investigation on the Costa del Sol, reports The Reader
British Ambassador in Spain, Giles Paxman brother of TV presenter Jeremy has sent a letter drafted and signed by the 007 actor to the judge in charge of the so-called 'Goldfinger' case.
Connery says the fact that his charges have been made public before he has had a chance to defend himself or declare his innocence has 'affected his public image', and caused 'notable, evident and quantifiable' financial loss to him.
The movie star says neither he nor his wife have received any written communication of the offences he is accused of from either the court or any other legal, fiscal or police authority in Spain.
He claims he has no idea what the charges narrate to, nor the evidence found that allegedly incriminates him.
Connery has called for the court to release details to him of any action that 'has been taken, is in class lesson, or is envisaged for the future'.
Paxman has asked for all relative documents to be sent to Connery's permanent residence in Nassau (the Bahamas).
The case involves in the region 20 suspects, including former mayoress of Marbella, JuliÃ¡n MuÃ±oz, and his property assessor and leading suspect in the infamous Malaya case, Juan Antonio Roca.
It relates to illegalities concerning the land in Marbella where Connery's villa is, on the MalibÃº residential complex.
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