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Sunday, 18 October 2015

Savile Abuse Victim Points Finger of Blame Towards Drivers

A victim of disgraced ex-BBC DJ Jimmy Savile has told police about five other men implicated in his sex crimes.

Georgina Martin, who was just 13-years-old when she first met the former Top Of The Pops frontman in 1982, has bravely waived her right to anonymity. She was first approached by the pervert outside Leeds Central railway station, on a day she was wagging school. 

Over the next three years she claims to have had sex with Savile on at least 20 occasions, but the abuse came to an end when she became pregnant at the age of 16. According to reports, Savile erupted with anger at the news and unceremoniously ditched Georgina out in the street.

Georgina, now 46, told the Sunday Mirror: "On one occasion Savile sent me out for the day with one of his drivers, pimping me out effectively."

Savile was at the height of fame in the early 1980s. In 1982 has was heavily involved with the filming of BBC programmes Jim'll Fix It and Play It Safe, as well as occasional appearances on Top Of The Pops.

That being the case, it is entirely possible that some of the drivers accused by Georgina were employed or contracted by the BBC.

Time will tell, despite the BBC's best efforts to suppress the truth.

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