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UPDATE: According to the Guardian, Scotland Yard has passed over evidence to the Australian federal police and the New South Wales force in connection with the prank call tragedy.
While no legal action will be taken in the U.K., the Met is working to assist the local authorities.
The complaint, filed by Mel Greig with Fair Work Australia, accused Southern Cross Austereo of failing to provide a safe workplace.
Steven Lewis, a lawyer for the 2Day radio personality, told E! News: "I can confirm that a general protection application has been filed with Fair Work Australia on behalf of Mel Greig against Southern Cross Austereo. The application alleges Southern Cross Austereo failed to maintain a safe workplace."
He added, "The matter will proceed to confidential conciliation under the Fair Work Act."