In Breaking news Rolf Harris disgraced TV star died in his home of neck cancer.
Once loved Australian artist entertainer fell to disgrace when he was arrested in 2013 over historic sex offences as part of Operation Yewtree in Britain. Harris was found guilty of a string of indecent assaults between 1968 and 1986 following a trial in 2014 – and was jailed for five years and nine months. He was released from prison in 2017 – but never apologised to his victims
His was so known for many aussie songs Tie your Kangaroo down, and No 1 hit with Two Little Boys in 1969 as to his art work and skill set.
Its been reported by Daily Mail he had been left struggling to talk or eat in the days before he died
has been living as a near-recluse at his £5million home in Berkshire since he was freed from jail.
Harris is survived by his wife Alwen, 91, a jeweller and sculptor. She is in a wheelchair because of Alzheimer’s disease but the couple, who married in 1958 and have one child, lived together with the help of around the clock care. He was fed through a tube before his death.
Private investigator, author and former police officer William Merritt, author of the book Rolf Harris: The Truth behind the Trials, told MailOnline that he last met with him in late 2022, and he was gravely ill.
He said: ‘Rolf has been very sick. When I saw him he was able to speak to me. He was with it, but he was obviously unwell’.