Trigger Warning: This article contains sexual abuse details – A new Netflix documentary series examining the life and crimes of Jimmy Saville will be dropped on Netflix this month
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Obnoxious radio and television personality Jimmy Savile is about to have a documentary series on Netflix premiere about his crimes.
The vile pedophile died in 2011 at the age of 84, but it was not until after his death that the true nature of his monstrous acts became known to the public.
Once considered a children’s advocate, Savile has made a career out of being a trusted and trustworthy face – much of his effort is focused on fundraising and he regularly appeared on sites like Top of the Pops and Jim I’ll Fix It.
Estimates suggest that Savile raised around £40 million in his lifetime, most of which was admitted to Stoke Mandeville Hospital where he volunteered as a porter.
Then it happened that Savile used this position to sexually abuse more than 60 people in the care facility, including unhealthy 8-year-olds.
Netflix’s docuseries promises to reveal how a public figure can maintain such a dark and twisted secret life.
On its official website, Netflix said: “TV star Jimmy Savile captivated a nation with his eccentricity and benevolence. But the allegations of sexual abuse have exposed an unseen side of him. “
When did Jimmy Savile: British Horror Story begin?
Jimmy Savile: A British Horror Story is a two-part documentary that begins streaming on Wednesday, April 6, 2022, on Netflix.
The show is expected to include chilling archival footage and an in-depth look at his crimes.
The show is expected to refer to Savile as a national celebrity and his being awarded the title of knight contrasts with the crimes he has committed.
It will discuss the crimes he has committed, outlined in the joint report of the Metropolitan Police and the NSPCC “Give Victims a Voice”.
The documentary will be released ahead of another show based on Savile, a BBC drama called Reckoning, which will star Steve Coogan as Savile.
What crimes did Jimmy Savile commit?
Of the 60 people he is known to have abused in Stoke Mandeville, 19 were patients, 13 were patients’ guests, 11 were guests involved in fundraising and two were volunteers.
11 of the victims were under 16 years old.
An ITV documentary examines decades’ worth of claims about Savile after his death.
The poll has led to more people making accusations, with around 500 vulnerable people now believed to have been prayed for.
It is thought he may have preyed on a victim as young as two years old. The first record of his abuse was in 1955 during his time managing a discotheque.
Like Stoke Mandeville, he also volunteered as a porter at Leeds General Hospital.
It is said that he started abusing people thanks to his popularity in 1965.
In 2009, he was interviewed cautiously at Duncroft School, Surrey – Crown Prosecution said there was not enough evidence to prosecute.
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