Rolf Harris Has Written A Song About His Victims In Prison

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rolf web Rolf Harris Has Written A Song About His Victims In Prison

Convicted paedophile Rolf Harris has claimed that he is spending his time in jail writing songs about his victims.

The unrepentant 85 year old is currently serving his sentence at a prison in Stafford after being convicted of assaulting four girls who were from seven to 19 years old at the time of the attacks, ranging back from 1968 all the way up to 1986.


The songs were discovered after a letter to his friend landed on the desk of a mainstream newspaper, and Harris has now faced calls for any potential of parole to be taken away after calling his victims ‘woodworms’ and saying they are after his money.

Harris claims that there is a country sound to the songs, and uses them to protest his innocence, saying that they are about the ‘injustice’ of his situation.

The convicted sex abuser has disgustingly claimed that prison is not an actual hardship, and that he spends his time painting pictures in the arts room, and will be a free man again by the time 2017 rolls around.

One of Harris’ victims spoke about the songs and claimed:

I am devastated by reading this and it will set back my recovery at a time when I am trying to rebuild my shattered life.