A former BBC DJ and radio presenter in the UK, Chris Denning, has admitted to abusing 11 children, some as young as eight, with one victim being abused at Jimmy Savile’s house.
Denning, 75, will be sentenced on 6 October, but is already in jail serving a 13-year sentence for sexual assaults on 24 different victims aged 9 – 16 carried out between the 1960s and 1980s.
Four of Denning’s victims were in court to see him plead guilty.
He will be sentenced at London’s Southwark Crown Court by the same judge who jailed him for his most recent offences.
He was part of the original crew that launched BBC Radio 1 in 1967, but left two years later. His career ended after he was first convicted of sex offences in 1974.
Prosecutor Jonathan Polnay said Denning had a “very long record of offences against young boys”.
Denning was a friend of Jimmy Savile’s, and the court heard he had abused one of his victims at Savile’s home, using “the allure of the record industry and celebrity” to attract his young victims, British tabloid The Sun reported.
Source: Press TV