Ernst August does not accept Austrian court ruling | – News – Lower Saxony


Status: 26.03.2021 7:22 p.m.

Ernst August Prince of Hanover has appealed against the judgment of the Wels Regional Court in Austria. The Guelph Prince had been sentenced, among other things, to a suspended sentence.

The 67-year-old has filed a nullity complaint, like the one Austrian Broadcasting Corporation (ORF) reports. The judgment is therefore not final. The public prosecutor’s office has not yet received a statement on the judgment at the court.

Several instructions to Ernst August senior

The district court in Wels sentenced Ernst August senior to a ten-month suspended sentence on Tuesday and issued several instructions. The 67-year-old will not be allowed to live on his Auerbach estate in Grünau for the next three years. In addition, he is no longer allowed to go near certain buildings of the Cumberland Foundation there, no longer in contact with the caretaker couple of these buildings, no drinking alcohol and he has to undergo psychotherapy. The court saw it as proven that the 67-year-old had attacked police officers while he was in a state of intoxication and had massively threatened the steward couple working on his property.

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In addition, Ernst August Senior has been sentenced to a suspended sentence – among other things for assault. (24.03.2021) more

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