Police apologise to actress after dog attack

An actress who was bitten by a police dog after a burglary has received an apology from Scotland Yard.

Juliet Aubrey, 47, was mauled by an Alsatian when she called officers as burglars raided her London home in March 2012.

Actress Juliet Aubrey pictured in 1998. Credit: Doug Peters/EMPICS Entertainment

The dog handler will face misconduct proceedings over the incident.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said: "The MPS has acknowledged that the woman was let down when she called the police for help on 13 March 2012 and has offered her a formal and sincere apology. It would be inappropriate to comment further at this time, pending the outcome of the case."

Aubrey's films include Gloria Woodrow in the Constant Gardener, and she has appeared in a number of TV series such as The White Queen and Silent Witness.

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