Paedophile Rolf Harris is seen for the first time since his release wearing paint spattered trousers outside a police station
- Disgraced entertainer Rolf Harris has been photographed after being released
- The 87-year-old was spotted wearing white trousers which were covered in paint
- Harris was jailed for five years in 2014 but was freed after serving less than three
Paedophile Rolf Harris has been spotted for the first time since being released from prison – wearing trousers covered in paint.
The 87-year-old, who was jailed for five years for indecently assaulting four girls aged between eight and 19, was freed after serving time at HMP Stafford last month.
And it seems Harris – who was a respected artist who once painted a portrait of the Queen – has carried on with his hobby after becoming a free man.
He was photographed talking to a man as he made his way from a silver car to the police station in Windsor, Berkshire.
Paedophile Rolf Harris was photographed leaving a police station in Windsor – and had paint on his trousers
He was seen talking to another man as he walked away from the building before getting into a car
He was seen walking in to the station with the same man (left) and was photographed with paint on his trousers (right)
The disgraced Australian entertainer, who presented shows including Animal Hospital, was still wearing his wedding ring when he was seen.
He arrived at the station in a silver car and seemed to be healthy despite being rushed to hospital for an X-ray after suffering a diabetic episode in December.
After spending two hours in the station he got back into the vehicle and was driven away.
The musician and singer-songwriter was also seen in public when he went to a hospital appointment in Wolverhampton, West Midlands, in March this year.
In 2014, he was convicted of 12 historic indecent assaults on four young girls – one just seven or eight – between 1968 and 1986.
Last month he was cleared of four indecent assault charges against three teenage girls between 1971 and 1983 after a jury failed to reach a verdict.
He was wearing white trousers – which were covered in paint – and also had a green gilet-style jumper on
He was pictured sat in the passenger seat while the man he was with drove the silver vehicle
Harris (left) was jailed for five years in 2014 and was released (right) after serving less than three years
He was released last month after serving less than three years of his five-year sentence.
The convicted paedophile had been released on licence from HMP Stafford part-way through the trial.
In a statement read by his lawyer Daniel Berke outside court, he said he wanted to be left ‘in peace’ with his frail 85-year-old wife Alwen.
Harris said: ‘Whilst I’m pleased that this is finally all over, I feel no sense of victory, only relief.
‘I’m 87 years old, my wife is in ill health and we simply want to spend our remaining time together in peace.’