BBC star may have abused girls over four decades


A tribute is seen next to the coffin of British entertainer Saville as it is displayed to the public at The Queens Hotel in LeedsLONDON (Reuters) – Jimmy Savile, the late BBC TV star at the centre of a child sex scandal that has shaken Britain's state-funded broadcaster, may have abused up to 25 victims some as young as 13 over four decades, police said on Tuesday. Detectives said they were looking into 120 lines of inquiry about Savile, the eccentric children's presenter who was a British household name for both his TV and charity work, since allegations against him were first aired just over a week ago. …

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