The lawyer representing Freddie Starr has criticised police after the announcement the entertainer would not be prosecuted following claims of indecent assault.
Dean Dunham said: "We are very critical of the police. This investigation has taken far too long. It's had a huge impact on Freddie's health, a huge impact on his family...We are pleased it has now come to an end."
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