Some things are simply out of reach of the long arm of the law.
The embattled Australian radio hosts who pranked the hospital treating pregnant Kate Middleton just days before the nurse who answered the hoax call, Jacintha Saldanha, committed suicide will not face criminal charges, Britain’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) officials announced… More »
The embattled Australian radio hosts who pranked royal nurse Jacintha Saldanha before she committed suicide are not likely to face criminal charges, police officials have announced.
Just last week, prosecutors in London, England, were deciding whether to bring charges against 2Day FM radio hosts Michael Christian and Mel Greig, who duped Saldanha into transferring… More »
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.
A nurse working at the King Edward VII Hospital, where Kate Middleton was suffering from severe morning sickness, killed… More »
In a series of apparent suicide notes, Jacintha Saldanha expressed her anger toward the Australian radio hosts behind the royal prank call that made headlines around the world.
While the contents of the letters were not fully revealed during a hearing on Dec.13, the late nurse reportedly accused Mel Greig and Michael Christian… More »
The Australian radio station behind the royal prank call to Kate Middleton’s hospital will donate at least $524,000 to the family of late nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
Saldanha was found dead from an apparent suicide on Friday, just three days after being duped the Sydney-based DJs impersonating Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles. After… More »
As the two Australian DJs who prank called Kate Middleton’s hospital are being questioned by authorities in relation to the death of a nurse, a former radio host says there may be more to the story.
“The woman who unfortunately killed herself had to have other issues in her life. We don’t know… More »
The embattled Australian radio hosts who recorded an audio prank call to the London hospital where Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, was receiving treatment for acute morning sickness have spoken out for the first time since the British nurse who answered the ill-fated call, Jacintha Saldanha, committed suicide.
In a television interview with the… More »