Some 261 celebrities and politicians, including sports, TV and music stars, are being investigated for alleged child sex abuse, police have revealed.
They are among more than 1,400 men suspected by police of being sex predators as the Home Secretary warned it is only the “tip of the iceberg”.
Lawyers will allegedly receive £2.5million of Jimmy Savile’s estate, leaving just £1million for the victims of the paedophile DJ.
Law firm Osborne Clarke claimed costs of £1.8million for its work for NatWest bank and the running of the compensation scheme, while lawyers for the claimants will be paid £689,000, according to court papers.
Hollywood is in the grip of a child sexual abuse scandal similar to that of Jimmy Savile in Britain, Lord of the Rings star Elijah Wood has claimed.
The 35-year-old former child actor said paedophiles had been protected by powerful figures in the movie business and that abuse was probably still taking place.
Jimmy Savile boasted he had a vasectomy so his victims could not get pregnant, a BBC documentary will claim tonight.
A former medical secretary says the DJ made the claim after he raped her when she was 24.
Music mogul Raymond Stevenson, who discovered the former Voice judge when she was 15, said he and his friends were regularly beaten and drugged at Shirley Oaks in Surrey.
Dozens of others were sexually abused and Raymond, 51, believes the investigation is being hampered because it reaches into the heart of government.