The Office actress Julie Fernandez has become the latest woman to come forward and claim that she was a victim of the late TV personality Sir Jimmy Savile.
Recalling the incident when Savile's hands were "everywhere" when she took part in his show Jim'll Fix It, at the age of 14, the actress, who is disabled, said on Radio 5 Live:
"I was in my wheelchair, but I just remember his hands being everywhere and just lingering those two, three, four seconds slightly too long in places they shouldn’t. But it wasn’t particularly obvious either.
“It was in a busy room full of people in a studio so it was quite discreetly done and you don’t kind of realise what’s happening at the time, especially when you’re 14 and it’s the first time you’ve ever been in a studio and you’re very excited.
“But I do remember feeling uncomfortable and he had these huge rings on his fingers.”
Despite Savile's indecent behaviour towards her, Julie admitted that she didn't tell any adults about what happened at the time.
She added: "I’m lucky that it didn’t actually get any more than that but do remember it all that time ago and it was in 1988, I believe.
“My classmates, we all made a joke of it afterwards for years, but we didn’t really bring it up to any adult and I don’t know why, actually.”
Police are currently investigating the claims, and following 120 separate lines of inquiry involving alleged rape and sexual abuse by Savile. Commander Peter Spindler has said that the allegations stretch over a period of four decades and "on a national scale".