North Yorkshire Police has announced they will be investigating the fracas scandal involving Jeremy Clarkson and Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon.

North Yorkshire Police has announced they will be investigating the fracas scandal involving Jeremy Clarkson and Top Gear producer Oisin Tymon.

The police authorities have contacted BBC and asked them to provide all the relevant documents regarding the scandal in which Clarkson is accused of hitting Oisin Tymon, one of the Top Gear producers. North Yorkshire Police says they will take actions "where necessary" after investigating what really happened at the Simonstone Hall Hotel where Clarkson apparently assaulted Tymon for approximately 30 seconds and shouted "derogatory and abusive language" in the process.

If Jeremy Clarkson will be found guilty of assault, he will be banned from working in United States because current immigration laws prevent convicted criminals from working in U.S. However, this is unlikely to happen since the incident is considered as being minor.

In the meantime, ITV and Netflix are apparently courting Clarkson, but also Russia's Zvezda television which is actually run by the defense ministry. Interestingly, BBC creative director Alan Yentob said last evening that Clarkson could eventually come back to BBC, "but that's not for now." Wherever he will go, hopefully he will be reunited with May and Hammond.

Police investigating Clarkson fracas incident; US work ban theoretically possible but unlikely