Harsh legal setback for Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada: she must demolish the pier and the pool of her property in Mallorca

Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada is not going through her best moment.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
01 April 2024 Monday 23:05
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Harsh legal setback for Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada: she must demolish the pier and the pool of her property in Mallorca

Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada is not going through her best moment. While the designer was in Monaco enjoying the traditional Rose Ball, where she enjoyed the company of her great friend, the Italian businesswoman Francesca Franco, and her husband, Íñigo López de la Osa, the National Court ordered the demolition of two areas of the farm he has in the Majorcan municipality of Costa del Pins.

According to the demolition order, the swimming pool and the pier with direct access to the sea would be the two conflictive areas. It all dates back to the 1990s when writer Joaquín Calvo Sotelo sold the farm, which was built in the 1950s, to Pedro J. Ramírez with all the corresponding permits.

However, everything became complicated when the Coastal Law was approved, which endangered the private right of part of the property since a group of environmentalists took legal action to claim the public easement passage. In 2001, the designer and the journalist began a legal battle in court to stop the process.

After her separation with the journalist Pedro J Ramírez in 2018, the aristocrat was left with the property, and now she must face these legal problems. Despite everything, the ownership of the property is currently held by her two children, Tristán and Cósima, although the designer is its beneficial owner.

The aristocrat wanted to open up about this conflict in a recent interview with ¡Hola! magazine. ''For now, we continue. I called my lawyer to see if we were continuing and yes,'' the designer explained. ''Don't worry, I've been in trouble for twenty-five years,'' Ágatha Ruiz de la Prada confessed to the aforementioned media.

And the conflict has been going on for years and seems to be far from coming to an end. ''They always take it out when summer or Easter approaches. They never do it in October or November when it's cold,' she said, totally resigned. Even so, the designer confessed that the decision of the National Court had not harmed her during her getaway to Monaco. ''At the Rose Ball, I wasn't thinking about that,'' she revealed.