Stephanie Davis has been cleared of allegedly attacking her ex-boyfriend Jeremy McConnell.
The former Hollyoaks actress, 24, was arrested in July 2014 over claims that she had attacked Jeremy at a hotel in North London.
However, Metropolitan Police have confirmed the investigation into the alleged incident has been closed, with no charges being made.
A spokesperson said: ‘Police in Enfield were called to a hotel in The Ridgeway, EN2 at 23:00hrs on Sunday, 2 July following reports of an assault.
‘Officers attended and arrested a 24-year-old woman on suspicion of GBH. She has since been released facing no further action.
‘The victim was treated at the scene and did not attend hospital.’
A rep for Miss Davis said: ‘Stephanie always said she was innocent and the truth would come out.’
The month after Stephanie’s arrest, Jeremy was found guilty of assaulting Stephanie in April 2017, and was sentenced to 20 weeks in prison, suspended for 12 months.
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However, Jeremy later served 34 days in prison after violating the terms of his community service to get a hair transplant and veneers.
Stephanie and Jeremy are no longer together, but share a one-year-old son, Caben-Albi.
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