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Jimmy Savile and the cult of celebrity: how could he not get away with it?
As more details emerge about Jimmy Savile’s behaviour as a sexual predator, what is becoming clear is that his status as a celebrity helped to protect him. The question most people have asked, as the scale of his crimes is … Continue reading
Posted in censorship, philosophy, privacy, transparency Tagged BBC, Celebrity, Celebrity culture, Coleen Nolan, entertainment, Famous for being famous, Jimmy Savile, People, Politics, Savile 5 Comments