13 Jan 2013

World Famous Brit Music Star to be Arrested over abusing boys as young as ten

I wanted to capture this report in The Star today, just in case any world famous pop star gets his expensive lawyers exercised....

I hope UK continue to move forward in arresting child abusers without fear or favour for wealth or knighthoods etc
JUSTICE TO ALL ABUSED LITTLE KIDS who have an absolute right to grow up safe from molestation by perverted adults XX



Savile police are to arrest seven more celebritiesDAILY STAR SUNDAY
ABOVE: Savile police are to arrest seven more celebrities
A famous singer is being ­investigated over alleged abuse of boys as young as ten.

13th January 2013


ONE of the world’s biggest music stars faces arrest by detectives ­investigating sex offences.

His name is on a list of seven famous men yet to be quizzed about complaints.

He would be by far the biggest name to be embroiled in the Operation Yewtree investigation.

Also on the list is a serving national politician, three entertainers and two members of the same 60s band.

Sources said the arrests are likely to take place in the coming weeks – ­although some may have to wait for the men to return from abroad.

The Daily Star Sunday cannot name the people involved for legal reasons.

The famous singer is being ­investigated over alleged abuse of boys as young as ten, sources said.

Operation Yewtree was started in October following a flood of sex abuse allegations against Jimmy Savile.

There are three “strands” to the ­investigation – crimes committed by Savile, those committed by Savile with others and those committed by “others” which have come to light ­following publicity surrounding Savile’s death.

The men yet to be questioned are being investigated under the “others” part of the probe.

So far ten men have been quizzed by Yewtree officers.

Nine have been arrested – ex-pop star Gary Glitter, 68, entertainer ­Freddie Starr, 69, former BBC ­producer Wilfred De’ath, 75, DJ Dave Lee Travis, 67, publicity guru Max Clifford, 69, a former BBC chauffeur in his 60s, Savile’s Radio 1 producer Ted Beston, 76, comic and DJ Mike ­Osman, 53, and funnyman Jim ­Davidson, 59.

Glitter, Osman and the chauffeur haven’t commented, while the others have denied the allegations.

A tenth man, a TV star in his 80s from Berkshire, was questioned in November.

A source close to the Yewtree ­inquiry said: “At least seven household names are yet to be hauled in.”

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