Martin Bashir's Princess Diana interview investigation dropped by police: ‘No further action will be taken'
Added 03-04-21 10:20:03am EST - “BBC journalist Martin Bashir was accused by the late royal's brother, Charles Spencer, of allegedly using forged statements and false claims to convince her into doing a televised tell-all.” - Foxnews.com
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The London Metropolitan Police will not conduct an investigation into BBC’s infamous 1995 interview with Princess Diana.
In November 2020, BBC journalist Martin Bashir was accused by the late royal’s brother, Charles Spencer, of allegedly using forged statements and false claims to convince her into doing a televised tell-all. According to Reuters, the sit-down on the "Panorama" program was watched by 20 million people in Britain.
Despite the sibling alleging a security breach, Scotland Yard announced on Thursday that they will not be conducting a criminal probe, Variety reported.
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