Is this the smallest one you’ve ever seen?’: What Max Clifford allegedly told ‘sex attack victim after exposing his manhood and placing her hand on it’

  • Max Clifford, 70, denies 11 indecent assaults on 7 girls as young as 14
  • Court told he used his links to celebrities to force them into sex acts
  • Attacks happened in his office, his car or toilets, the prosecution say
  • Clifford promised some girls roles in Octopussy or TV show Dynasty
  • Alleged victims claim the publicist said assaults were part of auditions
  • Girls said Clifford would call pretending to be stars like Michael Winner
  • Woman sent him a letter after attack – later found in his home, court told
  • ‘You abused me, hurt me, upset me and are a vile, horrible man’, she wrote
  • Court heard he exposed himself to a model and said: ‘Isn’t it tiny?’

By Sam Greenhilland Paul Harrisand Martin Robinson


Max Clifford, at court yesterday, denies 11 indecent assaults on seven girls as young as 14

Max Clifford, at court yesterday, denies 11 indecent assaults on seven girls as young as 14

Publicist Max Clifford exposed himself to a teenager and placed her hand on his manhood while repeatedly asking her: ‘Is this the smallest one you’ve ever seen?’, a court heard yesterday.
The PR guru, 70, had promised the 19-year-old a part in TV show Dynasty, before he forced her into a sex act in the ‘sexual fiefdom’ of his office, jurors were told.
The allegation emerged on the on the first day of his sex trial at Southwark Crown Court, which heard him branded a ‘repulsive’ paedophile who sexually abused seven girls as young as 12.
Yesterday Clifford, 70, repeatedly shook his head as he sat in the dock while Rosina Cottage, QC, prosecuting, outlined the case against him.
Ms Cottage said one of the alleged victims, a 19-year-old friend of his receptionist, said Clifford had told her that a star of TV show Dynasty had broken her arm – and that she could replace her. 
The court heard the woman then received a call from a man with a ‘very effeminate voice’ claiming he was Aaron Spelling, and saying Clifford ‘fancied him’ but was concerned about the fact that he had a small penis and so would not meet him.
Ms Cottage told the court: ‘Her immediate reaction was that the man that she was speaking to was the defendant pretending to be Aaron Spelling.’
When she visited Clifford’s office again, he took his trousers down and placed her hand on his penis, she said.
As she performed a sex act on him he repeatedly asked her: ‘Is this the smallest one you’ve ever seen?’, it was alleged.

The prosecution said the celebrity kiss-and-tell publicist took pleasure in degrading teenagers after he promised to make them Bond girls, TV stars or models, it was claimed.
He was branded a ‘vile and horrible man’ by one of his alleged victims, but ‘bully’ Clifford believed he was untouchable, London’s Southwark Crown Court was told.
Clifford boasted of his links to stars to impress unsuspecting parents, and then breached their trust by molesting their daughters, it was alleged.
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