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Singer and convicted pedophile Gary Glitter has dropped his campaign to have his name taken off England's sex offender registry, court officials said.
Former British rock star and convicted pedophile Gary Glitter is appealing a court order requiring him to notify authorities of his out-of-country travel plans. Glitter, 64, recently served about two years in a Vietnamese prison for sexually abusing two young girls.
Singer and convicted British child molester Gary Glitter is expected to be paid about $164,000 in royalties for a song used in a commercial.
BRIEFLY touted as the "Next Big Thing" in the mid-1990s, Newcastle-based Ultrasound made one gloriously-overblown album - Everything Picture - and then messily imploded.
I've got two confessions to make. I once kissed Gary Glitter. It was 48 years ago and he was called Paul Raven then. Someone I knew in Wallington, where I come from, used to arrange for emerging pop stars to strut their stuff at the local Public Hall.
By Gary Flockhart SO, disgraced pop paedophile Gary Glitter wants to get back to making music now he's been released from prison. In an interview with a Vietnamese state-run newspaper, the fallen glam rocker is quoted as saying that he has an "incomplete album" that he wants to finish.
By David Lister I quite like the song "I'm the Leader of the Gang (I Am!)", though I prefer "Hello! Hello! I'm Back Again".
Paedophile pop star Gary Glitter has returned to Thailand after being refused entry to Hong Kong, the Foreign Office said today. The increasingly farcical situation leaves the disgraced singer in international limbo.
By LAURA MAY Paedophile pop star Gary Glitter was refused entry to Hong Kong last night after flying there from Thailand, the Foreign Office has confirmed.
Disgraced former glam rock star Gary Glitter left prison in Vietnam last night and began his journey back to the UK. Glitter, 64, was driven from jail to Tan Son Nhat airport in Ho Chi Minh and put on a plane to London via Bangkok.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
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