Duo step forward to help police with their inquiries
N-Dubz‘ Dappy and Frazer have stepped forward to make statements as witnesses over an inquiry into an alleged rape.
The pair contacted police last night (November 19) following the incident, which is alleged to have taken place at Butlins Holiday Camp in Skegness in the early hours of last Saturday (November 14).
N-Dubz performed at the Naughty Reunion event on Friday night (November 13). A spokesman for the band said: “Their tour started on Tuesday, and today was the first available opportunity they have had to go into their lawyers’ office.”
The delay in the rappers giving their statements was due to their busy schedule, he added, reports BBC News.
A third man, who is part of the group’s entourage, was also asked to help police with their inquiries.
The alleged incident occurred after the duo went back to accommodation at the holiday camp with Junior Edwards and three women in their early 20s from the London area.
One of the women said she was raped and assaulted. The other two women said they were also assaulted at the holiday camp. Edwards, 22, of north London, has been bailed until February 15 on suspicion of rape and common assault.