A terror suspect who allegedly breached restrictions imposed on him by taking trains through the Olympic Park was cleared today.
The suspect known only as CF was discharged and will face no futher action, a spokeswoman for Westminster magistrates' court said.
Court papers showed that the 24-year-old was arrested and faced criminal proceedings after the authorities found he had taken trains through the Olympic Park despite being banned from the area.
His movements were picked up because he had to wear an electronic tag as part of restrictions imposed on him by an order under the Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures Act - referred to as a "Tpim."
But his lawyers insisted he only used the route to visit a solicitor dealing with his legal challenge against the order.
They blamed the alleged breach on "erroneous advice" given by the solicitor that the London Overground journeys were not in breach of it because they did not involve him stopping at Stratford.