An unnamed man has been cautioned by police after making allegations that Britain’s Got Talent had been fixed for Ronan Parke to win.

The anonymous blogger caused a stir last month after claiming in a post online that the 12-year-old singer had been groomed for stardom by Simon Cowell for two years before the show.

The mogul called in the police following the allegations, which also claimed that Ronan also had a management deal and that his image had been manufactured to appeal to the audience – claims denied by Cowell and Ronan’s family.

A Scotland Yard spokesman said, “We can confirm that a 52-year-old man has accepted a caution under the Malicious Communications Act. There is no further police action.”

A spokeswoman for Sony Music added, “A man has now admitted responsibility for the wholly untrue blogs relating to Ronan Parke and the false allegations against Britain’s Got Talent, Sony Music and Syco.

“He has admitted he has absolutely no connection with Ronan Parke, Sony Music, Syco or Britain’s Got Talent. He has apologised both via the police and directly to those involved and the matter will not be taken further.

Ronan Parke eventually finished second in the series to Scottish singer Jai McDowall, and has since been tipped to sign a deal with Simon Cowell’s company Syco.