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MEANWHILE MAX CLIFFORD

Max Clifford ‘denies accusations he performed sex acts in front of woman during jail visits’

Two fellow inmates are said to have reported Clifford over indecent acts he allegedly performed in front of a 28-year-old fan

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Max Clifford was jailed in 2014
Max Clifford has denied accusations he performed sex acts in front of a woman during jail visits.
The Sun claims the former PR guru, 73, was twice reported for alleged indecency at HMP Littlehey in Cambridgeshire.
Two fellow inmates are said to have reported Clifford over indecent acts he allegedly performed in front of a 28-year-old fan who visited him behind bars.
Clifford’s daughter Louise told The Sun: “Max denies these allegations.”
The reports are said to have been made separately in January and earlier this month.

Clifford is serving an eight-year prison sentence after being found guilty of eight counts of indecent assault in 2014.

General view of Littlehey Prison in Cambridgeshire
Clifford is currently serving his sentence Littlehey Prison in Cambridgeshire

A source told The Sun: “It takes a lot for other prisoners to report anyone as they don’t like to be seen as grasses — but this has really sickened them.
“This girl is a lot younger than Clifford and has been visiting him for a while.

“He sits behind a desk and she is opposite him and presumably knows what he is doing.”
It has been reported that the woman herself has not made any complaint.
The Ministry of Justice could not be reached for comment at the time of publication.

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CLIIF HIRES MAXS “PADEO ” LAWYER…WONDER WHY?

Cliff Richard calls in Max Clifford lawyer to battle sex abuse allegations

The pop star has been accused of sexually assaulting a boy
under 16 at a rally by US Evangelist Billy Graham at Bramall Lane in
Sheffield in 1985

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Talks: Sir Cliff held four hour talks with Ian Burton

Sir Cliff Richard met shamed publicist Max Clifford’s lawyer as he battles a claim that he sexually assaulted a young boy.

The Bachelor Boy singer had talks for four and a half hours with Ian Burton as he prepares for questioning by British police.

Sir Cliff’s £3million apartment in Sunningdale, Berks, was searched
by officers from South Yorkshire and Thames Valley last Thursday.

The 73-year-old is accused of sexually assaulting a boy under 16 at a rally by US Evangelist Billy Graham at Bramall Lane in Sheffield in 1985.

Sir Cliff, who was abroad when the search took place , denies any wrongdoing and is angry a BBC crew reportedly arrived before police.

He is with his closest friend, ex-Catholic priest John McElynn, on
his 16-acre estate in the village of Guia in the Algarve, Portugal,
where he has been since news of the probe broke.

Ian Burton has “superlative judgment” and the “ability to handle an
amazing range of clients”, according to law publication Chambers and
Partners UK.

Clifford, who hired Mr Burton after he was accused of indecent assaults, was jailed in May for eight years.

Mr Burton’s previous clients include former Harrods owner Mohamed al
Fayed, tragic singer Amy Winehouse and jockey Kieren Fallon.

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Mugshot of publicist Max Clifford
Jailed: Shamed publicist Max Clifford

BBC Director-General Tony Hall and South Yorkshire Police chief
constable David Crompton face a grilling by MPs over the search of Sir
Cliff’s home.

Home Affairs Select Committee chairman Keith Vaz has written to them
asking how the BBC found out about the search, and wants a reply by
Friday.

The BBC said the information had not come from South Yorkshire Police but a spokesman added: “We have received the letter and will respond in due course.

“Mr Vaz understands and supports the right of the media to report matters in the public interest.

“The BBC’s editorial independence is protected by our Royal Charter and is highly valued by the public.

“The BBC does not name its sources nor is it appropriate to go into detail around editorial processes.”

 

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WHY JILL WAS MURDERED

Murdered Crimewatch presenter Jill Dando ‘tried to get bosses to investigate alleged paeodphile ring inside the BBC but no one wanted to know’

  • Retired BBC worker claims that ‘big names’ were involved in abuse
  • Dando ‘handed a file to management but nothing was done about it’
  • The BBC said it had not seen anything to substantiate the claims

Murdered Crimewatch presenter Jill Dando tried to get BBC bosses to investigate an alleged paedophile ring in the corporation, it has today been claimed.
A former friend and retired BBC worker has claimed that the television host was told that ‘big name stars’ and BBC staff were involved in abuse.
But when she tried to get her superiors to investigate, and handed a file to senior management, no action was taken, the source claims.
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Murdered Crimewatch presenter Jill Dando tried to get BBC bosses to investigate an alleged paedophile ring in the corporation, it has today been claimed

Murdered Crimewatch presenter Jill Dando tried to get BBC bosses to investigate an alleged paedophile ring in the corporation, it has today been claimed

The former staff member, who asked to remain anonymous, told the Daily Star Sunday that she raised the claims with management in the mid 1990s.
The source said that the names were ‘surprisingly big’.

She said: ‘I think she was quite shocked when told about images of children and that information on how to join this horrible paedophile ring was freely available.’
They added that Ms Dando had also been told that female work colleagues told her they had been groped or assaulted, and that nothing had been done.

A former friend and retired BBC worker has claimed that the television host was told that 'big name stars' and BBC staff were involved in abuse

A former friend and retired BBC worker has claimed that the television host was told that ‘big name stars’ and BBC staff were involved in abuse

‘She compiled a file of complaints but she was not really an investigative journalist, just a presenter.
‘She passed the information to someone else and they gave it back. No one wanted to know.’
The BBC said it had not seen anything to substantiate the claims.
Miss Dando, 37, was gunned down outside her home in Fulham, west London, on April 26, 1999, moments after stepping out of her car.
Dando was killed with a single muffled bullet to the skull and neighbours found her in a pool of blood on her doorstep in a crime that shocked Britain.
Part-time stuntman Barry George was jailed for the killing in 2001, but his conviction was overturned in August 2008 following the emergence of fresh evidence.
Her killer has never been found. 

Barry George says he wants justice for Jill Dando’s family
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