Gary Glitter Denies Sex Offences Charges

Gary Glitter has denied 10 charges of sex offences against three girls in the 1970s and early 80s.

Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, pleaded not guilty at Southwark Crown Court in London.

It is understood the charges include six counts of indecent assault and one charge of unlawful intercourse.

The 70-year-old former pop star is currently on police bail.


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