Freddie Starr is believed to have arrived home after being released on police bail after being questioned twice in two days by police officers investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal.
Comedian Freddie Starr has been released on bail for a second night after being questioned by police investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal.
The 69-year-old returned to speak to officers earlier today after first being arrested yesterday on suspicion of sexual offences, and bailed in the early hours of this morning.
His next bail date has not yet been revealed by Scotland Yard.
Freddie Starr, who was arrested yesterday by police officers investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal, has returned for further questioning.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed a man in his 60s from Warwickshire is being interviewed again today.
Freddie Starr has been released on police bail after being questioned by detectives investigating allegations of sexual abuse surrounding Jimmy Savile. Daybreak's Katy Fawcett reports:
Former Met Detective Chief Superintendent Sue Hill has told Daybreak that Freddie Starr is innocent until proven guilty.
"It's probably a relief he's had an opportunity to put his side of his story to police," she added.
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A man in his 60s, named by sources as comedian Freddie Starr, has been released on police bail after being questioned by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile sex scandal, Scotland Yard said.
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A statement from the Metropolitan Police reads: "Officers working on Operation Yewtree have this evening, 1 November, arrested a man in his 60s in connection with the investigation.
"The man, from Warwickshire, was arrested at approximately 17.45 hrs on suspicion of sexual offences, and has been taken into police custody locally.
"The individual falls under the strand of the investigation we have termed 'Savile and others'."