Earlier today, Spain's Supreme Court tossed out a second paternity suit against former King Juan Carlos. The court accepted Juan Carlos' "argument that the claim had no basis."
Ingrid Sartiau, a Belgian woman, claimed that her mother had a relationship "with Juan Carlos, which lasted into 1966, when she was born," reports the Associated Press.
Another claim of paternity by a Spanish man, Albert Sola, was dismissed by the court earlier this year.
Earlier this month, the court ruled that Sartiau could not prove a relationship between her mother and the king. She also changed her story after appearing on a Spanish television program.