Plans for Jimmy Savile Statue in Scarborough Scrapped
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8:50am 5th October 2012
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Plans to put up a memorial statue in Scarborough to honour the memory of Sir Jimmy Savile have been scrapped.
It comes after allegations of the sexual abuse of under-age girls were broadcast on TV in a documentary.
David Jeffels is the chairman of the Jimmy Savile Steering Group, which was planning the statue.
He says he was shocked by the revelations made by several women in the ITV programme on Wednesday night.
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