Update on the case with the American artist
The preliminary investigation continues regarding the American artist who is detained by the Stockholm District Court in Sweden on suspicion of assault in Stockholm.
Several investigation measures have already been conducted and the analysis of material continues.
There is also a preliminary investigation in the case concerning the aggrieved party who is suspected of molestation and assault.
On the 19 July, at the latest, the prosecutor must decide whether to file a prosecution or ask the court for a longer detention period in order to finalize the investigation.
The prosecutor cannot give any further information about the case for the time being. When information becomes available, this will be provided via a press release.
Court´s case number: B 9283-19
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