Tim Westwood was interviewed under police protection once more.

BBC News understands that former Radio 1 DJ Tim Westwood has been questioned for the third time under police caution for alleged sex offenses.

The Metropolitan Police acknowledged in a statement that they are investigating five allegations of non-recent sexual assaults committed in London between 1982 and 2016.

According to detectives, they interviewed a 65-year-old male under caution on March 15, April 4, and July 11, this year.

No one has been arrested.

This comes after BBC News and the Guardian conducted investigations into many allegations of serious sexual misconduct and abuse by Tim Westwood made by 18 people. He refuted the accusations.

A number of women accused Mr Westwood, who also worked as a DJ on BBC Radio 1Xtra, of predatory and unwanted sexual behavior and groping between 1992 and 2017.

They also charged him with abusing his position in the music business. Some of the ladies informed BBC News that they met Mr Westwood when they were under the age of 18. One source claimed that Mr Westwood first had sex with her when she was 14 years old.

The DJ left his Capital Xtra radio show in April of last year.

A report by KC Gemma White on what the BBC knew and didn’t know about Mr Westwood’s behavior throughout his nearly 20-year tenure with the corporation is set to be published.

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