Met Police interviewed two males beneath warning over King Charles ‘cash-for-honours’ probe: Scotland Yard reveals detectives spoke to man in his 50s and man in his 40s
- Police are probing whether or not money was exchanged for CBE with a Saudi billionaire
- Met have mentioned two males, one in his 50s and one in his 40s, have been interviewed
- The allegations are linked to King Charles’ aides and his charitable basis
The Metropolitan Police have confirmed they interviewed two males in connection to the money for honours investigation into King Charles’ aides and his charitable basis.
The power mentioned a person in his 50s and a person in his 40s had each been interviewed beneath warning in reference to the continued investigation.
A spokesman informed MailOnline: ‘On Tuesday, 6 September, police interviewed a person aged in his 50s and a person aged in his 40s beneath warning in relation to offences beneath the Honours (Prevention of Abuses) Act 1925.
The Metropolitan Police have confirmed they interviewed two males in connection to the money for honours investigation into aides of King Charles (pictured) and his charitable basis
‘The investigation stays ongoing and we won’t be offering a operating commentary on its progress.’
The power confirmed there have been no arrests in reference to the investigation.
Earlier this yr, the Metropolitan Police and Charity Fee launched inquiries into allegations surrounding hyperlinks between His Majesty’s Prince’s Basis and Saudi billionaire Mahfouz Marei Mubarak Bin Mahfouz.
One in all King Charles’s aides who labored with the Prince’s Basis on the similar time was accused of promising to assist donor Dr Bin Mahfouz get not solely British citizenship however a knighthood too.
It’s believed Mahfouz pledged money to assist restore Scottish estates corresponding to Dumfries Home
King Charles has mentioned on the time he had ‘no data’ of any cash-for-honours presents.
The aide was accused of serving to to ‘repair’ a CBE for Mahfouz Marei Mubarak bin Mahfouz, 52, who was honoured by the prince in a non-public ceremony at Buckingham Palace after pledging massive sums to assist restore royal residences in Scotland.
Scotland Yard’s particular enquiry group started analyzing the allegations after they appeared in The Sunday Occasions final September.
In February, it launched a full investigation into potential offences dedicated beneath the Honours (Prevention of Abuses) Act 1925 – elevating the prospect of Charles being interviewed by the police.