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Bringing you the latest updates and developments in the investigation into sex abuse claims against the former Jim'll Fix It star.

October 11

Savile is also alleged to have molested a brain-damaged patient in hospital, according to a woman who says she saw the incident at Leeds General Hospital.

October 11

Today it was claimed that Savile visited hospital wards to find children to abuse.

There are a growing number of claims that the former TV presenter groped young patients at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire, where he worked as a volunteer fundraiser.
Nurses at the hospital are understood to have dreaded his visits because of his behaviour, and would tell children to stay in bed and pretend to be asleep when he came round.

October 11

For a full round up of stories relating to the Jimmy Savile child abuse scandal, visit our dedicated website page.

October 11

It has also emerged that relatives are considering digging up the TV star's body to possibly move it to a secret location or cremate it.

October 11

In the wake of the sex abuse claims, Savile's family took the decision to remove the headstone from his grave in Scarborough "out of respect for public opinion".
The £4,000 granite tombstone was smashed into pieces and will be used for landfill following fears that angry mobs could descend on the quiet cemetery.

Other tributes to Sir Jimmy have been removed around the country.

October 11

After initially snubbing calls for a inquiry into the child abuse claims, the BBC made a U-turn and ordered a full investigation.

Director General George Entwistle also apologised to the victims on behalf of the BBC.

October 11

The scandal prompted celebrities and former BBC employees to reveal that Savile's alleged behaviour was well known, with some even describing the abuse as an "open secret".

October 11

Following the allegations, more women came forward claiming they had been abused by the late DJ.

The allegations were also linked to convicted paedophile Gary Glitter and comedian Freddie Starr, who vehemently denies any involvement in the scandal.

October 11

Claims that Savile sexually abuse young girls while working at the BBC first came to light in a bombshell TV investigation carried out by former detective Mark Williams-Thomas.

Five alleged victims came forward to tell how the late TV star used his fame to carry out a string of serious sex ­attacks, including rape, at the height of his stardom.

October 11

Welcome to Mirror Online's live blog, bringing you the latest updates in the investigation into claims Sir Jimmy Savile sexually abused young girls.


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