13:31 11 January 2013
Jimmy Savile, the former BBC DJ who is at the centre of a large number of abuse cases, has reportedly carried out 214 alleged offences.
As told by a report released on Friday 11th January, police have recorded 34 cases of rape and 126 incidents of indecent assault, including children. It is thought that the youngest victim could have been 8 years old.
The allegations being made against Savile spread over 50 years, with the latest claim being in 2006.
Some of the alleged incidents were carried out in at least 13 medical establishments, such as hospitals and even a hospice.
It is thought that some establishments such as the BBC and those linked with the NHS have issued apologies with regards to this matter.
A government spokesperson said: “The Prime Minister's view of this is that it is absolutely right that every institution involved gets to the bottom of what has gone on.”
Jimmy Savile presented both the first and last show of popular music show Top Of The Pops which began in 1964.
The former TV show host died two years ago in 2011.
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