Prosecutors Considering Charges Against DJs Who Made Kate Middleton Royal Prank Call
Prosecutors in London are now deciding whether to bring charges against the two Australian DJs who made the prank call to the hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was treated, Scotland Yard has confirmed.
“Following the death of Jacintha Saldanha, officers have liaised with the CPS (Crown Prosecution Service) as to whether any criminal offences had been committed in relation to the hoax call made to King Edward VII Hospital in the early hours of Tuesday December 4,” a spokesman for Scotland Yard, headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service, said on Saturday.
Jacintha Saldanha, 46, transferred the call from the DJs pretending to be the Queen and Prince Charles to the ward where the Duchess was being treated. Another nurse gave them details of her condition.
Ms Saldanha, a mother-of-two, was found hanged in nurses accommodation just three days later on December 7.
apparent suicide notes, Saldanha expressed her anger toward the 2Day FM radio hosts, according to the Daily Mail.
She also lambasted the senior management at the hospital for their actions during the aftermath of the hoax, refuting initial statements that the staff had been supportive throughout the controversy.
“Within the letter, Jacintha calls into question some of the treatment she received at the hospital,” the Mirror reported.
Mr Barboza and the couple’s two children, Lisha, 14, and Junal, 16, have said that her death has left them “shattered” and her loss has left an “unfillable void”.
In their first interview since the scandal, Christian and Greig admitted they were left “shattered, gutted (and) heartbroken” over the tragic end to their hoax.
“There’s not a minute that goes by where we don’t think about her family and what they must be going through and the thought we may have played a part in that is gut-wrenching,” Greig said.
Watch more of the interview, below.
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