According to the Surrey Police officers, Jordan has not filed any official complaint about her rape. But she has put it in the public domain by share the issue with OK! magazine. Officers have already contacted her and they are planning to inquiry her about the sexual assault.
"Jordan has not officially reported a serious sexual assault to us, but has put it in the public domain. We as a force take rape seriously. If she says she's been raped we have a duty to investigate if a crime did indeed take place," The Sun quotes a senior cop saying.
"Rape is not a complaint you make lightly and we have a duty of care to a potential victim to substantiate those claims and take appropriate action," The Sun reports him saying further.
However, the attack had taken place several years ago in London's West End. Recently, the glamour model revealed it to media when she was questioned bout her boyfriend Alex Reid glorified rape in a film. This week, she went a step ahead and hinted that a famous celebrity raped her while filming her TV show What Katie Did Next.