SHAMED DJ Jonathan King will face no further action over alleged historical sex offences against boys, police say.

Surrey police also apologised for “organisational failings” that led to the collapse of 73-year-old King’s latest trial in June.

King, of Bayswater, central London, had denied 23 sexual assault charges against teenage boys.

The alleged offences dated back to between 1970 and 1988. His solicitors said the police investigation “lacked sufficient objectivity”.

Police said: “We recognise that there were serious organisational failings in the investigation, particularly in relation to disclosure process.”

The ex-pop star and producer was jailed for seven years in 2001 for abusing boys.