The Judicial Conduct Investigations Office said that senior coroner Chinyere Inyama will face suspension commencing on Friday (October 28).
A spokesman for the Judicial Conduct Investigations Office said: "The Lord Chief Justice, with the agreement of the Lord Chancellor, has suspended Senior Coroner Chinyere Inyama on an interim basis pending the conclusion of a continuing investigation into his conduct.
"The suspension will commence on Friday 28th October 2016."
The Judicial Conduct Investigation Office has not confirmed the reason why Mr Inyama has been suspended.
Earlier this year, Mr Inyama was found guilty of misconduct after he had left case documents into the case of murdered Hanwell teenager Alice Gross on a train.
He was issued with "formal advice" from the Judicial Conduct Investigation Office, after the inquest into the teenagers death had been transferred to another coroner.
Mr Inyama had requested the move after he came under fierce criticism for losing the files, believed to have contained evidence against the prime suspect, Arnis Zalkalns.
At an inquest in July this year, it was found that Alice Gross was 'unlawfully killed' in a sexually motivated attack .
The 14-year-old is believed to have died at the hands of builder Arnis Zalkalns, who was allowed to enter the UK years earlier despite having served a prison sentence for murdering his wife .
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