Finland's Prime Minister Sanna Marin
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Helsinki Police Department won't be taking further action against Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin. Marin, 36, once again apologized for the party pics and video clips that were taken inside her official residence last month. The images and footage that captured two topless women were published on social media prompting a probe by Helsinki police who said they received three complaints about the said party images.

According to Fox News, Helsinki police will not be conducting any further investigation into Marin’s partying videos as they could not find anything from them that would be considered a crime. Finland police inspector Teemu Jokinen said they have done a preliminary investigation of the content based on investigation requests. They were asked to look into leaked clips that captured a rather raunchy fete of her celebrity guests on July 10.

One particular photo, which has since been deleted, found its way into TikTok on the account of model influencer Sabina Särkkä. Fresh from attending the Ruisrock music festival that evening, the prime minister and her posse of friends were enjoying the after-party at Marin’s residence where Särkkä and another female friend posed for a photo op. Both women held up their tops, cupped their bare breasts with their hands while holding up a “FINLAND” sign and then kissed each other on the lips.

Marin insisted she was not impaired at her party and was not aware of anyone in attendance taking drugs. However, her critics urged her to undergo a drug test if only to prove she was not on any drug high. The youthful prime minister took a drug test on Friday and her results turned out to be negative for narcotics.

Meanwhile, Särkkä also issued an apology to her 9,000 Instagram followers, “'I published on 10.7. an inappropriate picture that should not have been taken. I am deeply sorry and apologize for my behaviour,” the post read.

Her statement comes following an earlier apology from the prime minister who admitted that the photo should never have been taken. With this, the Finnish leader said the events do not compel her to change her lifestyle. "I have a family life, I have a work life and I have free time to spend with my friends. Pretty much the same as many people my age," she said at the time.

Being the world’s youngest world leader, her critics have cited her behavior and choice of friends as signs of her lack of judgment.

Prime Minister of Finland Sanna Marin
Prime Minister of Finland Sanna Marin (C) answers journalists' questions on August 18, 2022 in Kuopio, Finland before the start of the Social Democratic Party's parliamentary group summer meeting. - Finland OUT Photo by Matias Honkamaa/Lehtikuva/AFP via Getty Images

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