SIR Cliff Richard thanked people for their support as he faces an investigation into an alleged sexual assault on a young boy.
The pop star was questioned under caution last month by police as part of an inquiry into the alleged incident at a religious event in 1985. He has not been arrested or charged.
In an update on his Facebook page, he said: "This is just a brief message to thank all of you who have shown support, including those in the Press.
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"I wanted to let you know that I'm doing ok and it goes without saying that I fully intend to clear my name. Just to be absolutely clear, the allegation is completely false and I will continue to cooperate with the police should they wish to speak to me again."