Alwen Hughes (also known as “Alwen Harris”)

Alwen Hughes (also known as “Alwen Harris”)The wife of the disgraced entertainer and convicted paedophile Rolf Harris, jeweller and sculptress Alwen Hughes complained of “sleepless nights” during his 2014 trial. Born in Wales and married to the Australian sex offender since 1958, Hughes and her ridiculous daughter, Bindi Nicholls, pile yet more misery on Harris’ victims by continuing to support this beast of a man. She is best known for the bizarre beads she attaches to her skull and for having had a dog as her bridesmaid at her wedding.

 

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  1. She makes me sick. She protected and supported a paedophile. She will have a terrible time when she arrives at the gates of hell.

  2. She’s a victim herself too. He conned her and cheated on her. If she had any sense, she would divorce him and take his cash.

    • The word “cow” is very appropriate for Alwen Hughes and also for her vile daughter, Bindi Nicholls. Miss Nicholls should be especially ashamed of herself. Her ex-husband even went as far to prevent their son from seeing Harris. That says it all. Nicholls only went back when she became worried she might not get the cash. The Harris clan should be sent to Siberia. Disgusting individuals with no shame and no compassion for the victims of Rolf Harris.

      • This proves how ignorant you are. Bindi was never married to her son’s father, so she did not have an ex-husband. You called Alwen and Bindi “cows”, the “cows” are the women who accused Rolf of sexual assault for monetary gain. One in particular stated the assault took place at Leigh Park, Rolf was never there so an assault could never have taken place. The trial was a farce, one member of the jury was a Metropolitan policeman.
        You should be ashamed of yourself calling a very sick, frail, elderly innocent woman such a name.

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