Jeffery Epstein’s case closed by the Met Police.

According to the Metropolitan Police, no further action would be taken in response to the accusations leveled against the disgraced businessman Jeffrey Epstein.

Any subsequent inquiries into the sex offender’s involvement in human trafficking, it was stated, would concentrate on his interactions and relationships outside of the UK.

The police were contacted in March 2021 regarding a new accusation of indecent assault against Epstein, but the complainant declined to speak with them or allow them to investigate their allegations.

Before this, another accusation of sexual assault against Epstein had been brought to the Met’s attention in 2019, but the complainant declined to “make a formal statement” or “want officers to investigate the claims.”

The force has already disqualified any inquiries into allegations of sex trafficking from 2001 made in 2015 against Epstein and a British lady as it is “obvious that any inquiry into human trafficking would be predominantly focused on activities and relationships outside the UK,”

While waiting for his sex trafficking trial, Epstein was discovered dead in his cell at a federal prison in Manhattan in August 2019. His demise was deemed to be a suicide.

In the US earlier this year, his associate, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell, was sentenced to 20 years in prison for enticing young women to have massages for him between 1994 and 2004.

He was also liked the Duke of York had a connection as well.

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