Rolf Harris in court over alleged sex attack in Portsmouth

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Disgraced children’s entertainer Rolf Harris is due to appear in court where he will enter a plea over allegations he carried out seven more sex attacks - including one in Portsmouth.

The Australian-born artist, 86, is also accused of molesting a girl under the age of 14 at the BBC Television Centre in Wood Lane in west London over the Christmas period in 1983.

And 21 years later Harris is said to have struck again at Television Centre, indecently assaulting a woman there in 2004.

The former television star is already serving a six-year sentence at Stafford Prison for sex offences against four girls, one aged just seven or eight.

He is due to appear via videolink at London’s Southwark Crown Court for a plea and trial preparation hearing.

He faces seven charges of indecent assault on girls and women spanning four decades and dating back to the early 1970s.

He is said to have molested girls at the Lyceum Theatre in Covent Garden, outside Radio Victory, an independent station in Portsmouth, and in Jesus Green, a park overlooking the river in Cambridge.

He has earlier indicated he will plead not guilty to all the charges.

The seven allegations are:

:: Indecent assault on a girl under the age of 14 at the Lyceum Theatre in London in 1971.

:: Indecent assault on a girl under the age of 14 outside Radio Victory in Portsmouth in 1977.

:: Indecent assault on a disabled woman over the age of 16 outside a London hospital in 1977.

:: Indecent assault on a woman over the age of 16 at Jesus Green in Cambridge in 1978.

:: Indecent assault on a girl under the age of 14 at the BBC Television Centre in Wood Lane over the Christmas period in 1983.

:: Indecent assault on a woman over the age of 16 at Terminal’s Studios in London in 2002.

:: Indecent assault on a woman over the age of 16 at the BBC Television Centre in Wood Lane in 2004, and the alternate charge to this is one count of sexual touching on a female aged 13 or over at the BBC Television Centre in Wood Lane in 2004.