Danny de Munk will not be prosecuted for rape. The vice squad has ended the investigation into the report, because there is not enough evidence. “There is so much broken already.”

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    After Johnny de Mol, Danny de Munk also sees a huge burden falling off his shoulders: the report of rape against the folk singer has been dropped. The vice squad has announced that there is not enough evidence, his lawyers Royce de Vries and Annemiek van Spanje report.

    So much broken

    Danny has therefore not been regarded as a suspect and will not be questioned by the police or prosecuted by the Public Prosecution Service. “It’s confirmation of something I already knew. I have said from the beginning that I have not been guilty of a sex crime,” the singer responds.

    He continues: “I therefore feel no joy, especially since this false accusation has destroyed so much privately and professionally. I have experienced the accusations in the media as a great injustice, but I would also like to express my gratitude for the support I have received from all over the country in recent times.”

    No interviews

    The court has previously been requested to hear the declarant under oath in order to get to the bottom of the matter. “This wish of the client remains unabated,” his lawyers say. “This means that the decision has no influence on the ongoing proceedings at the Court of Amsterdam.”

    Danny has indicated that he does not want to give interviews for the time being. In the coming period he will mainly focus on his family, his personal recovery and that of his career.