British comedian Jim Davidson will not face sex charges following an investigation into allegations against him.
The beloved Tv host has consistently denied the allegations and now prosecutors overseeing his case have ruled he will face no further action.
The 59-year-old hit the headlines when he was arrested in January (13) by detectives connected to the Operation Yewtree investigations, which were set up after hundreds of sex charges were brought against late Bbc broadcaster Jimmy Savile.
Davidson was arrested again in March (13) after new allegations emerged.
Prosecutors have now declared there was "insufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction in relation to all complaints" against the comic.
Fourteen people people, including publicist Max Clifford and former Bbc DJ Dave Lee Travis, have been arrested under the umbrella Operation Yewtree investigation. Five men have been released without further action and six remain on police bail.