The Prince of Wales made no intervention in the case against former bishop Peter Ball, Clarence House said after comments made in court today that "ministers and a royal family member" had "supported" Ball.
The Prince of Wales made no intervention in the judicial process on behalf of Peter Ball
Ball, the former Bishop of Lewes and Gloucester, was jailed for 32 months today after being found guilty of a string of historic sexual offences against young aspiring priests.
The crimes were committed over the space of 15 years and date back to the time period covering 1977 to 1992.
Prince Charles' Highgrove home is located in Ball's former Gloucester diocese.
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