Australian DJ's behind Kate prank call 'unlikely to face charges' over nurse's death
The two Australian DJs, who made a hoax call to the hospital treating pregnant Duchess Kate, are unlikely to face charges, according to a senior policeman.
New South Wales Police said that Scotland Yard have still not requested any interviews with DJs Mel Greig and Michael Christian over the death of Nurse Jacintha Saldanha.
Deputy Commissioner Nick Kaldas said that they believe it is unlikely that charges against the two DJs will be laid, the Mirror reported.
Mother-of-two Saldanha hanged herself after transferring a call from the DJs, after they pretended they were the Queen and Prince Charles.
It was later revealed that Saldanha was on anti-depressants and had twice tried to kill herself.
Sydney-based 2DAY FM hosts Greig and Christian had tearfully apologised for the prank but have not been seen in public since getting death threats.
Their station has pledged 320,000 pounds to help her family.
An inquest into her death in Westminster, Central London, has been adjourned.