Clifford the dog
The Daily Mail
You had to feel a bit sorry for Max Clifford as he delivered his press statement in front of the electric gates to his multi-million pound home.
There was even a hint of tears from the multi millionaire who has made a fortune out of manipulating the press, as he told the assembled reporters about the black cloud hanging over his life.
Course, the black cloud in question relates to the 11 sexual assaults he has been charged with, some relating to sex with children.
Max vehemently denies all 11 allegations of sexual assault brought against him by 7 different people.
And, as Max rightly points out. If it hadn’t been for that abomination Jimmy Savile, then he would not have been standing there having to swear his innocence, in the first place.
Are these fucking MSM journalists for fucking real?
Talk about aiding and abetting a fucking crime. Seven fucking people, two of them children have made the allegations, yet according to Clifford he has never sexually assaulted anyone in his life… Get fucking real.
We are talking about the nonce cunt who is on tape admitting to protecting the secrets of paedophiles.
The shit bucket even bragged on the same video that any one of the very many secrets, of which he claims to hold proof, would be worth at least a million pounds to him.
Why the fuck has he not been charged with withholding evidence. He’s not a fucking priest, despite apparently sharing a mutual pastime.
Any person, who has evidence of a child being sexually abused but choose’s to withhold it for financial gain wants locking up for a very, very long time.
The press are just as fucking bad. Allowing him to air his anguish and despair at these totally, totally untrue allegations, is tantamount to jury nobbling.
As for saying that the only reason he is charged with these vile crimes is because of Savile is like saying that the Kray Twins were only charged with Murder because Paul Elvey got caught with a load of dynamite.
The man is a vile paedophile. Any reporter worth his salt would have poked him in the eye with a pencil… Cunts.
‘I’m living a 24/7 nightmare’: Celebrity PR guru Max Clifford speaks of the ‘black cloud’ over his life as he is charged with eleven counts of indecent assault on girls as young as 14
- Publicist to face trial over 11 claims of sexual abuse against teenage girls
- Claims relate to offences allegedly committed between 1966 and 1985
- 70-year-old has described the allegations as ‘completely false’
- Clifford is one of 12 people arrested under Operation Yewtree
PUBLISHED: 18:33, 26 April 2013 | UPDATED: 01:09, 27 April 2013
PR guru Max Clifford last night vowed to clear his name after being charged with a string of indecent assaults against teenage girls.
The 70-year-old publicist will face trial over 11 claims of sexual abuse against seven girls and young women, aged between 14 and 19. Within minutes of the charges being revealed, he appeared on television to deny the accusations.
He was arrested in December in connection with Operation Yewtree, the police inquiry set up after Jimmy Savile was exposed as a predatory paedophile with more than 450 victims. Clifford said the allegations were ‘completely false’ and vowed to ‘clear my name in a court of law’.
He was charged after he answered police bail and will appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on May 28. The charges span a 19-year period between 1966 and 1985.
The Crown Prosecution Service found there was insufficient evidence to bring charges in relation to three other allegations.
Clifford said he was ‘living a 24/7 nightmare’.
He added: ‘The allegations in respect of which I have been charged are completely false and I have made this clear to the police during many, many hours of interviews.
‘Nevertheless a decision has been taken to charge me with 11 offences involving seven women, the most recent of which is 28 years ago and the oldest 47 years ago. I have never indecently assaulted anyone in my life and this will become clear during the course of the proceedings.
‘I am naturally disappointed. However, at least I will now be in a position to fully consider all the evidence against me and to answer the evidence in public and ultimately clear my name in a court of law.
‘Since last December I have been living a 24/7 nightmare. A black cloud has been placed over me, obliterating the bright blue skies that I have been fortunate to live my life under for the vast majority of the past 70 years.
‘Fortunately I have and continue to receive wonderful support and understanding from those who knew me, those who know me, as well as people I meet everywhere I go.’
Police have arrested a string of celebrities as part of Operation Yewtree, including convicted paedophile Gary Glitter, comics Freddie Starr and Jim Davidson, presenter Rolf Harris and DJ Dave Lee Travis. All deny any wrongdoing.
Clifford (pictured, left, as a teenager and, right, outside his home yesterday) said ‘a black cloud has been placed over me’ since December
There are three strands to the Yewtree investigation – two involving Savile, and a third termed ‘Others’. Clifford falls into this third category, meaning he was not being questioned about anything connected to Savile.
Clifford has been a vocal commentator on the Savile scandal, and before his arrest he said a lot of ageing stars were worried about being dragged into the investigation.
He said at least 15 big name stars from the 1960s and 70s had contacted him because they had lived a hedonistic lifestyle where young girls threw themselves at them, but they ‘never asked for anybody’s birth certificate’.
Rolf Harris (left), arrested last month, has been painting ‘every day’ to deal with the trauma of being accused of sexual offences. Freddie Starr (right) was arrested for a second time earlier this week by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile sex scandal
‘It is a situation which could easily turn into a witch-hunt,’ he said. ‘Where is it going to end? I hope they (the police) concentrate on finding people like Jimmy Savile who were manipulating girls.’
Clifford represented the rich and famous for 40 years, his website boasts, and he is considered to be almost as famous as those he represents.
His first wife, Liz, died of cancer in 2003 and he married his former PA Jo Westwood in 2010. He has a daughter, Louise, 41.
Alison Saunders, chief crown prosecutor for CPS London, said: ‘We have concluded that there is sufficient evidence and it is in the public interest for Mr Clifford to be charged with 11 offences of indecent assault relating to seven complainants.’
Max Clifford was arrested in December as part of the inquiry sparked by abuse allegations against Jimmy Savile (pictured)
Speaking outside his home today, Clifford said: ‘The allegations in respect of which I have been charged are completely false, very upsetting, very distressing, but completely false.
‘I have made it clear to the police during probably around 25 hours of interviews since last December when I was initially arrested, that there’s absolutely no truth and substance in any of these allegations.’
He added: ‘I’m so grateful to the many people that I meet everywhere I go who have been so supportive to me and since this charge being announced in the last couple of hours I’ve literally had hundreds of calls to my office, to friends, to myself, to my wife, to family members, and everyone of them has been nothing but supportive.
‘Twenty-eight years ago was this most recent (allegation), and 47 years ago was the oldest.
‘That’s what I’m up against and that’s what I’ve now got to – with my legal team – face up to and sort out to clear my name.’
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