Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves his hotel as he prepares to attend the second day of the annual Conservative Party conference at the Manchester Central convention complex in Manchester, north-west England on September 30, 2019. - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's office has denied allegations he made unwanted sexual advances towards two women 20 years ago. Journalist Charlotte Edwardes wrote in a column for The Sunday Times that Johnson put his hand on her thigh at a dinner party thrown by the magazine he was editing at the time. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP)

El primer ministro británico, Boris Johnson, no será objeto de una investigación criminal tras haber sido acusado de facilitar fondos públicos a una empresaria estadounidense con la que se sospechaba que tenía una aventura, anunció la policía de la capital londinense.

 

El caso, que estalló en septiembre, puso de manifiesto los estrechos vínculos entre el líder conservador y Jennifer Arcuri, una exmodelo convertida en empresaria de alta tecnología que recibió cuantiosos patrocinios públicos mientras Johnson era alcalde de Londres de 2008 a 2016.

 

El primer ministro siempre ha negado toda irregularidad y se negó a aclarar si había tenido una aventura con la estadounidense.

 

La autoridad pública de la región de Londres remitió el asunto a la policía para evaluar si se debía abrir una investigación penal contra el exalcalde de la capital.

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson leaves his hotel as he prepares to attend the second day of the annual Conservative Party conference at the Manchester Central convention complex in Manchester, north-west England on September 30, 2019. – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s office has denied allegations he made unwanted sexual advances towards two women 20 years ago. Journalist Charlotte Edwardes wrote in a column for The Sunday Times that Johnson put his hand on her thigh at a dinner party thrown by the magazine he was editing at the time. (Photo by Paul ELLIS / AFP)

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