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Finnish police announced Wednesday that there will be no further investigation into Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s party videos following a preliminary investigation.

Helsinki police said they had received three complaints about the leader’s actions shown in the clips.

The police “received three reports on the video, which show, among other things, the prime minister. Based on the investigation requests, the police carried out a preliminary investigation into the content of the video,” Helsinki police said in a note.

The agency could not find anything, in the video or otherwise, that would be considered a crime, Inspector Teemu Jokinen said.

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Finnish police announced Wednesday that there will be no further investigation into Prime Minister Sanna Marin’s party videos following a preliminary investigation.

Marin, 36, was spotted celebrating with Finnish celebrities in leaked clips that went viral on social media.

Critics urged her to take a drug test to prove she was not taking narcotics, and she did just that.

He said he took the test on Friday and his results returned on Monday. The premier’s drug test was negative.

Marin said she wasn’t harmed at the party and didn’t see anyone taking drugs.

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The Finnish leader also said last week that he would not change his lifestyle.

“I have a family life, I have a working life and I have free time to spend with my friends. Just like many people my age,” he said at the time.

“I’ll be exactly the same person I’ve been up until now, and I hope he gets accepted,” continued Marin.

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin speaks with members of the media in Kuopio, Finland on August 18, 2022.

Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin speaks with members of the media in Kuopio, Finland on August 18, 2022.
(Matias Honkamaa / Lehtikuva / via REUTERS)

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Anders Hagstrom of Fox News contributed to this report.

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