One of Rolf Harris’ victims responds with her own song about this repugnant sex offender
After the jailed paedophile Rolf Harris was lambasted for his leaked letter and insulting song about his victims, one – who was abused by this monster at the age of seven – has responded with her own verse.
Shared first by The Mirror, Wendy Wild, who is now 54, hit back with the following verse:
“You chose me, remember, 40 years ago, you put your dirty hands on me and have not let me go”.
“Now you are complaining through the papers, whinging you are innocent, from your cushy jail. I still live with the nightmare of your dirty act while all you seem to care about is your millions staying intact”.
“Threats from you don’t seem to stop and continue to be said, private investigators watching me, fill my heart with dread”.
“All of this has taken its toll and it’s me that’s had to squirm”.
“Just when I thought you could get no lower, you say I am a worm”.
“If you think your latest song will make you another hit, you’re wrong”.
“You’re just a sex offender. Now put that in a song and sing it”.
Harris would do well to take heed, pay his victims the compensation they deserve and keep his head down and serve his sentence. Instead, he continues to pile misery on those he abused and has joined fellow pervert Max Clifford in hiring private investigators to probe the lives of those whose lives they have ruined. In doing so, all they achieve is to disgrace themselves further.
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