THE youngest victim sexually assaulted by Rolf Harris has hit back after he wrote a song about his abusers, accusing them of chasing him for his money.
Wendy Wild, 54, was about seven when she was attacked by the entertainer, who visited a community centre in Leigh Park in the 1960s.
She was sexually assaulted after she approached Harris, now 84 and a convicted paedophile, for an autograph.
Harris, who is in HMP Stafford, has written a song describing Ms Wild and other accusers as worms chasing him for money.
But Ms Wild, who lives in Southampton, has penned her own lyrics that include: ‘You chose me, remember, 40 years ago, you put your dirty hands on me and have not let me go,’ as reported in the Daily Mirror.
Wendy’s brother Paul, 57, said: ‘It’s a very clever reaction from my sister to pen a song in revenge for what he did.’
Ms Wild is now seeking compensation from Harris, who is reputedly worth £11m.