Hospital where Beyonce's baby was born is cleared of any misconduct by Health officials, since media reported that the facility went overboard with security and caused problem to other parents.
Beyonce had delivered her child, Blue Ivy Carter, on January 7 at New York's Lennox Hill hospital and some parents had alleged that, due to the event, they were unable to see their own children in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit as it was on the same floor as the singer's 'suite'.
"Staff spoke with the hospital [and] determined there were no violations," ABC News quoted Michael Moran, a representative for the New York State Health Department, as saying in an email.
He added that they haven't received any complaints and 'no investigation is ongoing' but said he couldn't speculate on whether an investigation would be launched if formal complaints were filed with the department.
Meanwhile, Lennox Hill Hospital shot down reports that the star couple paid 1.3 million dollars for a luxury baby delivery suite.
In a statement it said that, while the family "does have its own security detail," the hospital has "made every effort to ensure minimal disruption to other families experiencing the births of their own children over the past three days."
It also insisted that "no security plan that we or the Carter's security team put in place would have prevented or delayed families from gaining access to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit."