Pedophile Rolf Harris told his promoter and bandmate how he wanted to have sex with two schoolgirls

Pedophile Rolf Harris told his “adopted son” and music promoter how he wanted to have sex with two 14-year-old schoolgirls they had just driven past, a shocking new documentary has revealed.

The disgraced entertainer, 93, was taken back from the BBC at the height of his ’90s fame when he lusted after the two kids on the street.

It was a world away from the wholesome persona he had before television, which was loved by millions of people in the UK.

Chris Brosnan, who previously described himself as “like an adopted son” to the Harris family, drove the star home.

Mr Brosnan, also a member of Harris’ rock cover band known as ‘Bear’, said: ‘I remember driving Rolf back from the BBC, and two schoolgirls in uniform walked by. I’m driving the car and Rolf just says, ‘Jesus, can’t you just fuck them?

Chris Brosnan, who previously described himself as “like an adopted son” to the Harris family, revealed the depraved comments

In public, Rolf was a family figure

In public, Rolf was a family figure

Behind the mask, he was a sex offender

Behind the mask, he was a sex offender

The public face (left) of Harris was a family man, but privately (right) he was a secret sex offender

“And it, and then…when he said it, I mean I’m driving and he, and he said it and it was like, it was shocking to hear him say it. And I, and I looked at him, I said, What? And he said, well, just look at them. Aren’t they just damn pretty?

“I’m driving a car, Rolf is looking out the window, and he’s thinking about fucking two 14-year-olds and two little girls.”

Speaking on the Rolf Harris: Hiding In Plain Sight documentary airing this Thursday on ITVX, Mr Brosnan added: ‘So for me, the impact of that, and I wasn’t just outraged, I was, I wasn’t just there angry about, I fully expressed the anger I felt, and I pulled over the car and I said, I can’t fucking believe you just said what you said.

“And he went right in, I’m so sorry, Bear, I shouldn’t have said that in front of you.”

The Rolf Harris Show, which ran from 1967 to 1971, propelled Harris to great British fame

The Rolf Harris Show, which ran from 1967 to 1971, propelled Harris to great British fame

The Rolf Harris Show, which ran from 1967 to 1971, propelled Harris to great British fame

More than a decade after his arrest, Harris's prosecutors, including those who have waived their right to anonymity, are telling the story of the impact his attacks have had on them.

More than a decade after his arrest, Harris's prosecutors, including those who have waived their right to anonymity, are telling the story of the impact his attacks have had on them.

More than a decade after his arrest, Harris’s prosecutors, including those who have waived their right to anonymity, are telling the story of the impact his attacks have had on them.

The clip is one of two released by ITV ahead of broadcast, the second being a testimonial from Australian TV producer Anita Jacoby.

She claims, “Rolf came in all of a sudden, walks straight ahead, said, I need a hug. And then he immediately wrapped me in a bear hug.

“He pulled my whole body, including my, my lower body on his groin, and pulled me right against his body. And I immediately recoiled and I pushed him away.

And I said, that’s not a hug, that’s groping. And me, I looked at him, there was no remorse, no reaction, no apology.’

It comes just days after MailOnline reported how a private ambulance was spotted outside the riverside home of Harris, who has been “very ill” with neck cancer since leaving prison.

Rolf Harris leaves Southwark Crown Court as his niece Jenny Harris raises her hand for cameras

Rolf Harris leaves Southwark Crown Court as his niece Jenny Harris raises her hand for cameras

Rolf Harris leaves Southwark Crown Court as his niece Jenny Harris raises her hand for cameras

He has difficulty speaking or eating and has lived like a near-recluse in his £5 million home in Berkshire since being released from prison in 2017 for a string of sex offences.

His wife Alwen, 91, a jeweler and sculptor, is confined to a wheelchair due to Alzheimer’s disease, but the couple, who married in 1958 and have one child, live together with the help of 24-hour care.

A private ambulance was parked outside the property on Wednesday and left around 6 p.m. MailOnline asked Harris’s spokesperson for comment.

Private investigator and author William Merritt told MailOnline that he saw him in late 2022 and that he was seriously ill. He said, “Rolf has been very ill. When I saw him, he could talk to me. He was there, but he was clearly unwell’.

Mr Merritt said Rolf has had neck cancer and there are serious concerns about his health, although he was ‘doing well’. Because of the cancer, Rolf would ‘gargle’ while talking and is difficult to understand.

His wife Alwen has also been seriously ill with Alzheimer’s disease. “She’s very vulnerable,” he said.

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