A 43-year-old man has been questioned by police following an incident at a Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation(TMO) meeting.
On Friday, the man was interviewed by officers on tape regarding accusations that he caused a public order offence at an extraordinary general meeting in Kensington Town Hall, Hornton Street, on August 15.
The meeting was called by rebellious members of the TMO demanding a leadership shake-up. They lost a public vote to remove Juliet Rawlings and Michael Beverley from the board.
It is claimed that the man who was interviewed caused a member of the public to fear that unlawful violence could be used. This is an offence under the Public Order Act of 1986. He was not arrested and has been released pending further inquiries.