Former pop star Kerry Katona will not faces charges over the alleged assault
of her accountant.
The reality TV star and former face of Iceland supermarkets had been arrested
back in August after being accused of punching her adviser David McHugh and
throwing tea over him.
A Cheshire Police spokeswoman said: “Following an investigation by Cheshire
Constabulary and advice from the Crown Prosecution Service in relation to an
allegation of assault that occurred in Warrington on 26 August, no further
action will be taken in respect of the 29-year-old female who was arrested in
relation to the incident.”
Katona was declared bankrupt last year for failing to pay a tax bill of more
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