David and Victoria Beckham's housekeepers will not face charges over allegations that they stole property from the couple and tried to sell it on eBay.
Eric and June Emmett, who worked at the Beckhams' mansion in Sawbridgeworth, Hertfordshire, were arrested on 10 October on suspicion of theft from a private address.
Detectives held their son Gareth three days later. The trio were all questioned and released on police bail.
But Hertfordshire Police announced today that they would not be prosecuted.
The force said in a statement: "After consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service, no further action has been taken at this stage against the three people arrested in connection with an allegation of theft from the Sawbridgeworth home of David and Victoria Beckham.
"The injured party in this case is aware of the status of the investigation."
Suspicions were raised when memorabilia belonging to the former England captain and his pop star wife apparently appeared on the eBay auction website.
Former Spice Girl Victoria's parents, Tony and Jackie Adams, reportedly spotted some of their daughter's designer clothes on offer to bidders, along with the footballer's worn boots, and then discovered the items were missing from the couple's Rowneybury House mansion.
The items reportedly offered on eBay included football boots emblazoned with the names of the couple's three sons - Brooklyn, Cruz and Romeo.
After his arrest Mr Emmett, 55, from Nazeing, near Waltham Abbey, Essex, said the allegations against him, his wife, 56, and his son were "fabricated nonsense".
Former Manchester United and Real Madrid star Beckham, 33, moved to Los Angeles with his wife and the boys last year in a blaze of publicity.
The couple now divide their time between LA and Rowneybury House, nicknamed "Beckingham Palace".
The mansion was the venue for the Beckhams' famous charity party ahead of the 2006 World Cup.Reuse content