Paul Gambaccini said he has suffered "12 months of trauma" after being "falsely accused" of historic sex crimes.
There may be members of the press who will ask me to give interviews or make provocative statements. I will politely decline. To discuss horror in this way is to trivialise it.
I will never trivialise the 12 months of trauma to which I have been unjustly subjected.
I would like to thank my friends, my lawyers and the people of this country for their support during the past year.
Wherever I have gone, I have been stopped in the street by members of the public offering encouragement. I am very grateful. I'll be back at work soon.
The 65-year-old was told today that he will face no further action after he was arrested under high profile investigation Operation Yewtree in October last year.
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