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Gary Glitter: Glamour Rock Star to Paedophile

Daily Mail UK, 1 March 2015

Gary Glitter, pictured performing on Top of the Pops in 1988, was one of glam rock's most glamorous stars

With his outrageous sequinned clothes, big hair and platform shoes, Gary Glitter was among glam rock's most glamorous stars.

But behind the image hid a darker side, which was slowly uncovered with a string of sex-crime convictions since 1999.

"At the height of his fame Gary Glitter was a very, very big pop star," Daily Telegraph chief music critic Neil McCormick said.
"He was always a slightly comical panto figure, and he was there on TV stomping around and having these hits that they were singing in playgrounds up and down the country."

Glitter's song Rock and Roll took him to second place in the charts in 1972.

But, said Mr McCormick, with fame and adulation had come a warped sense of right and wrong.

"There was a notion that every rock star had complete impunity to commit the crimes, the moral crimes that nobody else in society were committing," he said.
"They were behaving like Vikings raping and pillaging across pop culture.
"Gary Glitter to me is a sexual predator who exploited the possibilities of what was there."
For a few fleeting years Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, had it all.
I'm the Leader of the Gang (I Am) took Glitter, now 70, to the top of the charts for four weeks in the summer of 1973.
Many who bought the single were teenage girls, overawed by a larger-than-life persona.

But as glam rock faded, Glitter's star was in decline.
By 1977 his popularity was fading and he was declared bankrupt, a situation Glitter told the court he put down to the high UK tax rate at the time and mismanagement by his business managers.
In 1999 came the revelation that was to lead to his spectacular fall from public favour.......

Gary Glitter returned to the UK in 2008 after his conviction in Vietnam for molesting two girls aged 11 and 12

Glitter was jailed for four months for the collection of 4,000 images of child sex abuse. He was released in January 2000 after serving two months.

He fled to Cambodia but was permanently expelled from the country in 2002, although no specific reason was given for his deportation to Vietnam.

In 2006 Glitter was convicted for molesting two girls aged 11 and 12 and jailed for three years.
His sentence was reduced by three months, and he returned to Britain in August 2008.

But six years later, police officers working on the Operation Yewtree inquiry, sparked by allegations against the late BBC radio DJ and television presenter Jimmy Savile, encountered fresh evidence of sexual abuse by Glitter in the 1970s.

His trial heard graphic evidence of his abuse of three young girls, one aged less than 10.

Glitter's trial heard graphic evidence of his abuse of three young girls, one aged less than 10

Peter Saunders, of the the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, said the publicity surrounding such high-profile cases has touched a deep chord.

"The last couple of years, certainly since the Jimmy Savile scandal erupted, NAPAC has been deluged with calls.
"The distress seems to be building up as time goes on rather than dissipating, and I think that's because of the very high level of coverage of this issue."

In court, Paul Gadd seemed still to believe in his star status, as if he could not quite imagine the invincible figure of the glam rock era would ever be entirely forsaken.

During one of several costly attempts to revive his career that ended in failure, he revealed the same doomed optimism.

"I know they want to see me," he said.
"I only have to walk down the road and everybody is, 'Hi Gary!'"


'Gary Glitter' Jailed for 16 Years

The judge said that Glitter had done all his victims "Real and Lasting Damage"

Former pop star Gary Glitter has been jailed for a total of 16 years in the UK, for sexually abusing three young girls between 1975 and 1980.

(NB Folks, THAT is an usually long sentence to be handed down in the UK- Even for PEDOs & Murderers + PEDOs in the UK go into a certain protected area for ALL PEDOS > hence they can all mix/make new contacts/info with other PEDOs...)

Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, was sentenced for attempted rape, four counts of indecent assault and one of having sex with a girl under 13.
Sentencing, Judge Alistair McCreath said he could find "no real evidence" that Gadd had atoned for his crimes.

The 70-year-old showed no emotion as he left the dock at Southwark UK Crown Court.

Judge McCreath told Gadd it was clear his victims "were all profoundly affected" by his abuse of them.
"You did all of them real and lasting damage and you did so for no other reason than to obtain sexual gratification for yourself of a wholly improper kind," he said.

Sentencing Explained

Judge McCreath said he assessed the seriousness of the offences by current guidelines, but he was limited to the maximum sentences that were available at the time the offences were committed, when "the sentencing climate was less severe".

"The offences for which I must pass sentence today took place many years ago at a time when in particular, in respect of one of them, the maximum sentence was considerably lower than that which is now available," he said.

Judge McCreath said the modern equivalent offence of unlawful intercourse with a child under 13 would be equivalent to rape of a child, but said he was not permitted to pass a life sentence.

He said the offence of attempted rape was "so serious" as to justify the maximum available sentence under the old regime of seven years, which he noted would be a lenient sentence under modern guidelines.

Sallie Bennett-Jenkins QC, defending, told the court that Gadd had been subject to a "very high degree of vilification" and "demonification" in the press after being jailed in Vietnam in 2006 for molesting two girls aged 11 and 12.

She said he had led "an increasingly isolated life" for the last decade and had been unable to walk down the street "without being the subject of vilification".

Gadd, from Marylebone, central London UK, had denied the allegations against him but was found guilty at the end of a three-week-long trial earlier this month.

"His lack of remorse and defence that the victims were lying make his crimes all the more indefensible”
Det Ch Insp Michael Orchard

He had been at the height of his fame when he attacked two girls aged 12 and 13 after inviting them backstage to his dressing room.

His youngest victim had been less than 10 years old when he crept into her bed and tried to rape her in 1975.

Judge McCreath described Gadd's abuse of a girl under 10 as "appalling" and said:

"It is difficult to overstate the depravity of this dreadful behaviour."

He noted that in 2011 Gadd sought professional help to understand his sexual behaviour but said: "Whatever changes may have been effected in you by this treatment, they did not include any admission at all on your part of the wrong that you had done."

The allegations against Gadd came to light only years later when he became the first person to be arrested under Operation Yewtree - the investigation launched by the Met in the wake of the Jimmy Savile / BBC PEDO scandal.

Scotland Yard confirmed that it had received other information in light of Gadd's conviction, and that it is "currently being assessed".

Det Ch Insp Michael Orchard, from Operation Yewtree, said Gadd was a "habitual sexual predator who took advantage of the star status afforded to him".
He added: "His lack of remorse and defence that the victims were lying make his crimes all the more indefensible."

Mark Castle, chief executive of charity Victim Support, said:

"This prison sentence is testament to the courage Glitter's victims showed in reporting their ordeal and bravely confronting this serial paedophile in court."

Glitter RAPED a Child as Young as 8yrs old


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