TV presenter Mark Speight will not face any charges over the death of his fiancee Natasha Collins, the Metropolitan Police said.

Speight was initially arrested on suspicion of murder and supplying Class A drugs after Collins, a 31-year-old actress and presenter, was found dead at the couple’s London flat on January 3.

On January 9 police said they were no longer treating Speight as a murder suspect, but he was bailed to return on the drugs matter.

A Metropolitan Police spokesman said: “Following advice from the Crown Prosecution Service a decision has been reached that there will be no further action against a man in his 40s who was arrested on suspicion of supplying Class A drugs on January 3 2008, following reports of the sudden death of Natasha Collins at a residential address in St John’s Wood, NW8.

“An inquest into her death is scheduled to take place at Westminster Coroner’s Court on April 2.”