According to reports, London’s Metropolitan Police has dropped part of the investigation into allegations of blatant sexual abuse against Prince Andrew.
The agency is taking “no further action” after completing two reviews that Virginia Giuffre claimed in a lawsuit that the Duke of York sexually abused her on three separate occasions, when she was 17 years old. including London.
The Police Department said it would “continue to liaise with other law enforcement agencies that lead the investigation” into Andrew, The Mirror reported.
The outlet said weather officials had reviewed the material in relation to claims that Prince and his late friend Jeffrey Epstein framed or abused young women in the UK.
Prince’s investigation, 61, was announced by the Metropolitan Police in August, after Giuffre sued Andrew in New York over sexual assault charges.
The Sunday Times reported that weather officials questioned Giuffre, 38, as part of the review – though it was unclear whether he took an official statement.
Andrew has denied that he abused Giuffre during his friendship with Epstein and accused Madame Ghislaine Maxwell.
Following the charges the Duke of York was relieved of his royal duties by the Queen.