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None of whom, with the exception of two whose vulnerability was enhanced by having previously been sexually abused by others, had any prior sexual experience.'In the main you did not have to use force to abuse these girls, as the combination of their naivety and your celebrity was such that they willingly came with you to the various locations where you abused them.'The immediate effect of your abuse of these girls ranged from feelings of disgust and degradation, so that they never wanted to have anything more to do with you, through to their being so corrupted that they became promiscuous both with yourself and others.'To use the modern idiom you 'groomed' your victims, some of whom were plied with alcohol and allowed to smoke cigarettes, whilst others were impressed with the accoutrements of your relative wealth and fashion, as a beguiling contrast to the strictness and austerity of their own homes.'You appeared to be kind and charming, and in relation to one of your victims, who was particularly vulnerable by reason of having already been sexually abused by another, you feigned sympathy and understanding before taking advantage of the situation and raping her.'You can have no justifiable complaint that most if not all of your remaining life may be served in prison, as you have maintained your liberty in the intervening period since the commission of the offences for which you are to be punished.'Starstruck NHS workers allowed Savile free reign to sexually abuse patients and hospital staff 'didn't want to hear or believe' what his young victims were saying, a report released earlier this year said.

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A 2012 report cleared BBC bosses of covering up allegations against Savile but a police watchdog report last year voiced concerns about police mistakes.

Others to be convicted under Operation Yewtree include former radio DJ Dave Lee Travis, who was found guilty in September of indecently assaulting a colleague in 1995, and entertainer Rolf Harris who was jailed in July for a string of historic sex offences.

In May, PR guru Max Clifford, 71, was jailed for eight years following investigations by Operation Yewtree, which exposed him as a serial paedophile who committed a string of indecent assaults against girls and young women.

A DJ friend of Jimmy Savile who raped a teenage girl with the disgraced television presenter was branded a 'monster' as he was jailed for 25 years for a string of historic sex offences against 11 young girls today.

The 73-year-old, known as 'Ugli Ray', was sentenced at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court today after earlier being found guilty of seven rapes and 11 indecent assaults, which took place between 19.

Before he was led to the cells, the judge told Teret: 'To use the modern idiom you 'groomed' your victims, some of whom were plied with alcohol and allowed to smoke cigarettes, while others were impressed with the accoutrements of your relative wealth and fashion, as a beguiling contrast to the strictness and austerity of their own homes.'You appeared to be kind and charming, and in relation to one of your victims, who was particularly vulnerable by reason of having already been sexually abused by another, you feigned sympathy and understanding before taking advantage of the situation and raping her.

Sentencing him today, Mr Justice Baker told Teret (depicted above in court sketch): 'It is clear that you exploited your celebrity status to sexually abuse young girls when they were between 13 and 15 years of age'You can have no justifiable complaint that most if not all of your remaining life may be served in prison, as you have maintained your liberty in the intervening period since the commission of the offences for which you are to be punished.'He said: 'The basic set-up, the background is the same - a naive girl who has the headlights of fame shone on her, who is taken to a flat and without any understanding of what is going on, has a male many years older having sex with her.' The public gallery erupted into applause when the Teret's sentence was passed.

Some cheered, while others shouted 'monster' at Teret.

Pictured: Teret, who was nickamed 'Ugly Ray', in the early days of his career Detective Chief Inspector Graham Brock said: 'After decades of hiding behind the veneer of being a distinguished radio presenter, Ray Teret has finally been exposed as the manipulative and dangerous sexual predator that he is.'Following his conviction, detective sergeant Carol Barlow from Greater Manchester Police, said: 'Ray Teret is a devious, manipulative sexual predator.

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