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John Leslie breaks silence after being cleared of sexual assault +Rape and assault allegations

John Leslie speaks out after being cleared of sexual assault and vows to ‘put his family back together.

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John Leslie has broken his silence after and being found not guilty of sexual assault earlier this week and has thanked "everybody who has supported me through this ordeal".

Taking to Instagram, the 55–year-old shared a picture of himself in a balcony watching the sunset, he wrote alongside it: "Thank you to everybody who has supported me through this ordeal. I will be spending some time putting my family back together again."

On Monday, the former This Morning host had been on trial at Southwark Crown Court, accused of grabbing a woman's breasts at a Christmas party in 2008. The jury returned their not guilty verdict after 23 minutes of deliberation following a week-long trial.

His former co-presenters Fern and Anthea Turner acted as character witnesses in his trial.

Following the news, they both took to social media to celebrate. "@johnlesliestott has been found not guilty," Fern, 63, wrote, alongside three celebration emojis.

 

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John Leslie will be spending time with his family after the end of the trial 


Anthea added: "John Leslie has AGAIN been given the verdict NOT GUILTY. This shot was taken last week after Diane and I joined him and his Dad at Southwark Court. Unbelievable relief for our amazing gentle giant of a friend but personal anger that he has had his life ripped apart over the years, however justice has today prevailed and I couldn't be happier."

 

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Anthea celebrated the successful outcome with a picture taken during the trial


Fans quickly sent John Leslie their well wishes, with many hoping to see him soon back on screen.

"You should never have had to go through all of this. Positive thoughts from now on. Feel the love and heal. Hopefully see you on our screens soon," said one, whilst a second added: "Good luck with your future you can move on you have been through so much."

A third remarked: "Real friends never doubted you ever."

 

John Leslie​ Rape and assault allegations

In October 2002, Ulrika Jonsson had written in her autobiography, Honest, that "an acquaintance" had raped her when she was 19. Amid media speculation, television presenter Matthew Wright mistakenly named Lesley as the alleged predator on The Wright Stuff. Jonsson has never said whether the correct person was named, and John Leslie was never charged for offences against Jonsson Wright has since apologised to Leslie and said he named him in error. Despite this, the story was widely covered in the tabloids.

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Other women made accusations of indecent assault against John Leslie, and he was arrested in December 2002 on one count of rape and two concerning indecent assault, being then released on bail after being interviewed by the police. He was charged in June 2003 with assaulting a woman twice between 25 and 28 May 1997.The prosecution dropped the charges against Leslie at Southwark Crown Court on 31 July 2003 after new information from the alleged victim. On the court steps after the end of the hearing, John Leslie said that he had "been to hell and back" and that he had "maintained [his] innocence throughout".

In July 2018, John Leslie announced that he was going to make a complaint against Police Scotland after being cleared of sexual assault. Leslie had been cleared of assaulting a woman at a nightclub in June 2017 after a two-day trial at Edinburgh Sheriff Court.

In June 2019, John Leslie was charged with sexually assaulting a then 30-year-old woman in Westminster during December 2008.That August, Leslie pleaded not guilty at Southwark Crown Court and he was released on bail. He was cleared of this charge by a jury on 19 October 2020. Judge Deborah Taylor subsequently told him: "You, for the second time, leave this court without a stain on your character and I hope it will be the last time you have to attend."

 

Sources:

https://www.hellomagazine.com/

https://metro.co.uk

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