Ray Lewis has been pulled from tomorrow's Home Affairs Committee meeting where he was due to answer questions on teen violence in the capital.
The news that he will not be attending comes after he failed to turn up to a meeting at Petchey Academy in Dalston, Hackney last Tuesday.
The school were due to decide whether he should continue in his role as a governor.
He also pulled out of presenting prizes at a talent contest in Haggerston yesterday. He has yet to give a public interview since his resignation.
There are also unresolved doubts over his future involvement with the Eastside Academy and the Conservative Party.
Last week the First Deputy Mayor Tim Parker refused to rule out working with Lewis in the future.
However, Francis Maude who is leading the internal party review into the Lewis fiasco, has said that his involvement with the Academy will decrease.
But with the public inquiry into Lewis dropped, the question marks over his integrity will almost certainly now remain.