Published Monday, 16 September 2013
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Last week Le Vell, best known for playing mechanic Kevin Webster in the soap, was acquitted of all charges against him, including five counts of rape, three of indecent assault, two counts of sexual activity with a child, and two of causing a child to engage in sexual activity.
On Monday, This Morning presenter Phillip Schofield asked Le Vell's brother and two sisters if there was any point during the whole ordeal when one or all of them felt they needed to ask their brother if he was guilty.
"As soon as I phoned him the first thing he said to me was, "You know I didn't do this", replied Le Vell's sister Julie Matoukh.
"And and I said, "You don't even have to tell me that". That was good enough for me."
Le Vell's other sister Susan Westcott continued: "When I met Michael face-to-face, straight away he said, "I didn't do it sis, I didn't do it".
"And I said, "I know you didn't". I didn't have to ask him - I would never have asked him."
Despite the ordeal Le Vell was put through over a two year period, the actor has since said he forgives the teenage girl who falsely accused him.
"We are all forgiving as a family," said Julie.
"Our belief is to turn the other cheek, I think we live by that and Michael certainly does," his brother Phil Turner added.
And as huge media attention has been placed on Le Vell since the accusations were made, many newspapers reported the actor had reached a suicidal point during proceedings.
This was strenuously denied by his family on Monday.
Susan explained: "He was determined to clear his name, so he wouldn't do that.
"He wanted to clear his name."
"It has strengthened him in a way - it has certainly made him a stronger person," Phil added.
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