Police also found evidence that he had begun writing a memoir about his alleged childhood abuse, called Too Many Secrets.
Immeasurable damage to public figures
Previously the court heard how Mr Beech’s allegations at the end of 2014 had caused “immeasurable damage” to numerous public figures.
Among those he accused her Sir Edward Heath, the former prime minister, Lord Brittan, the former Home Secretary, Field Marshall Lord Bramall, the former head of the army, and former MPs, Harvey Proctor and Greville Janner.
Police later raided the homes of Lord Brittan, Lord Bramall and Mr Proctor and subjected “suspects” to hours of questioning.
Mr Beech claimed to have been regularly removed from school so that that abuse could taken place at scores of locations, including military bases, private houses and clubs around the country.
But when detectives examined his school records they discovered he had a near perfect attendance, even winning a headmasters’ award one year when the abuse was supposed to have been at its height.
But Mr Badenoch said extensive police inquiries had failed to find any evidence to suggest such a boy existed.