Rolf Harris, 84, has been found guilty on 12 counts of indecent assault - and more and more women are coming forward to claim that he also victimised them as children.
One unnamed woman, now aged 53, said the paedophile entertainer exposed himself to her and her two sisters twice in the 70s, at the height of his fame.
She said: “Harris had a bit of metal like the wobble board he played and was singing us the Jake the Peg song. It was me, then 11, and my two sisters, aged 13 and 14. We had gone over to use the jetty to swim and he was in the garden."
“Harris called us over – he was naked apart from an open shirt. He asked us, ‘Do you want to sit on my knee? Do you want to touch it?’ My sisters called me away.”
Speaking for the first time about her torment, the woman insisted she was scarred for life, adding: “I want the world know what he did to me.”
The woman went on to claim that Harris had attempted to attack her and her sister the year before, again in his parents’ garden.
“I was 10-years-old,” she recalled.
“My 13-year-old sister and I were riding our bikes close to his house and he called out, ‘Hey, you girls, come over’. He would sometimes give us hard boiled sweets like humbugs. He was in the back yard and sitting on a reclining chair half-naked.
“At the time I didn’t know what he was doing. He told us to touch him and not to tell anyone. I was frozen to the spot until my sister grabbed me.
“I asked her what he was trying to do and she said, ‘He’s a weirdo’.”
The woman never mentioned the alleged incidents again until last year when Harris, 84, was arrested on suspicion of sex offences against four victims aged seven to 19.
She added: “I hope he rots in jail.”