Thursday, May 8, 2014

Celebrity Publicist Max Clifford Sentenced To 8-years In Prison For Having Sex With Underage Girls As Young As 12-Years Of Age

Max Clifford

[STORY BACKGROUND: This is a follow up to the article "Pedophilia At The BBC Comes To Light Just As The Site Predicted With Arrests In Jimmy Savile Scandal" where the Judiciary Report broke the story first regarding pedophiles at the BBC, due to criminal conduct buy Madonna and her pedophilic Kabbalah Center. Beginning in 2009, the Judiciary Report began making claims that there is a problem at the BBC regarding select people and pedophilia (Top BBC Executive Charged As Pedophile, Another BBC Exec Busted, Madonna Violates The Privacy Of Minors and Aisha v. FBI)]

He was one of the top publicists in the world, making lucrative deals for people selling unsavory stories on celebrities and politicians, in acts that invaded their privacy and betrayed their trust. Now he’s going to be an inmate. Famous publicist, Max Clifford, has been sentenced to 8-years in prison for having sex with underage girls, as young as 12-years of age. Compelling testimony from victims put the millionaire behind bars in a case that was well prosecuted.

It is alleged in some instances, females were told sex with Clifford was the only way he would make the famous in the entertainment industry. Clifford brings to mind Lou Pearlman, the former manager behind then teen music stars the Backstreet Boys, NSYNC, O-Town and Aaron Carter. There were allegations of sexual abuse of underage teen boys, who were allegedly told they had to have sex with Pearlman if they wanted to be stars. One young hopeful was aghast when he asked Pearlman what he would have to do to become a star and Pearlman allegedly responded by opening his robe, revealing his penis and informed the underage teen boy he would have to perform oral sex on him.

The FBI never nabbed Pearlman for these crimes, though it was widely alleged he molested Aaron Carter and two of the Backstreet Boys when they were underage. However, Florida police were able to arrest Pearlman for financial fraud via a type of ponzi scheme he was running from his Orlando, Florida office. Pearlman was sentenced to 15-years in prison and is currently behind bars.