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Sunday, 11 March 2018

BBC Radio Star Investigated Over Child Sex Allegations

Yet another BBC personality is being investigated by police over historic allegations of child sex abuse.

The (thus far) unnamed BBC radio presenter is accused of child sex offences in the late 1990s. The complainant, who has been interviewed by officers working on Operation Winter Key, came forward towards the end of last year. It is not known if the alleged perpetrator has been interviewed, or if he is even aware the police are taking an interest in him. Similarly, it is not known if the BBC is aware of the allegations (although it probably is now).

It probably won't be too long until his name comes to the fore, so keep your eyes peeled and your ears open!

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