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Australian DJs Involved In Kate Middleton's Nurse Prank 'Unlikely' To Be Charged

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Though the Australian DJs who prank called Kate Middleton's late nurse, Jacintha Saldanha, lost their jobs as a result of the tragedy, it sounds like they most likely won't have to worry about any criminal charges.

It had previously been rumored and reported that Mel Greig and Michael Christian could be criminally charged for the event leading up to the nurse's suicide.

Now, they allegedly may not face ANY legal penalties!

Earlier today, the London Metropolitan Police stated that they've concluded their investigation and have since given the file to the Crown Prosecution Service for them to determine the DJs fates.

The statement reads:

"Following the death of Jacintha Saldanha, officers have liaised with the Crown Prosecution Service as to whether any criminal offenses had been committed in relation to the hoax call made to King Edward VII Hospital in the early hours of Tuesday, 4 December.

On Wednesday, 19 December, officers submitted a file to the Crown Prosecution Service for them to consider whether any potential offenses may have been committed by making the hoax call. We are not prepared to discuss further."

However, one Deputy Police Commissioner was quoted as saying that no additional information had been requested in regards to the case and that it is "unlikely that any charges will be laid."

While criminal charges may not be brought against the DJs, this is one mistake they'll be burdened with for quite some time, no matter what the official outcome.

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6 comments to “Australian DJs Involved In Kate Middleton's Nurse Prank 'Unlikely' To Be Charged”

  1. Wendy Breedlove says – reply to this


    1

    The woman had a history of suicide attempts, it is not the dj's fault, she was mentally unstable.

  2. jacqueline says – reply to this


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    good,we all make mistakes.im sure they didnt mean to hurt the nurse



  3. 3

    I didn't read where the woman had a history of suicide attempts but anyone who commits suicide is unbalanced to begin with



  4. 4

    This story has gotten so much attention just because it involves Royalty. Yes it is tragic but how many teens have committed suicide in the past year. Do the police look to prosecute all the bullies out there, who bully people everyday and they commit suicide because of it. This prank call was not meant to do harm, the bullies out there do their best to harm their victim! These are the stories that should stay in the news!

  5. Fairmaiden says – reply to this


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    I do not believe they did anything wrong and certainly not malicious.



  6. 6

    The way I see it, Mel Greig and Michael Christian have already punished themselves, and they will have to bear the guilt for this for the rest of their lives. As for Ms. Saldanha, she obviously had some problems to begin with, and when she wrote those suicide notes she blamed everyone but herself. Surely her family must realize that those are not the actions of someone who is mentally healthy.