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Clement Freud – child abuser: Former Liberal MP molested girls as young as 10 TV documentary reveals after two victims tell of their pain

  • ‘National Treasure’ Clement Freud has been accused of being a paedophile 
  • One alleged victim claims the former MP began grooming her from age 10
  • Another said he abused her from 14 and violently raped her once aged 18
  • Sir Clement’s secret past will be revealed in an ITV Exposure documentary 
Clement Freud, pictured, has been accused of abusing two young girls, the youngest of whom was just ten according to a new ITV documentary 

Clement Freud, pictured, has been accused of abusing two young girls, the youngest of whom was just ten according to a new ITV documentary

Clement Freud can today be exposed as a child abuser.

Two women have come forward to claim the late broadcaster and former MP molested them.

Sylvia Woolsey said she was just 11 when Sir Clement – described as a national treasure by Gordon Brown at his funeral in 2009 – began abusing her. She was later invited into his marital bed alongside his actress wife Jill.

Lady Freud, who is said to have had an affair with writer Will Self’s brother Jonathan when he was 16 and she was 47, issued a ‘profound’ apology last night.

The second woman alleges Sir Clement groomed her from 11, abused her at 14 and violently raped her at 18. He was then a Liberal MP.

In other developments:

  • A friend of Madeleine McCann’s parents, who were befriended by Sir Clement in Portugal, said they would be appalled;
  • A child abuse charity revealed his name had been on its ‘radar’;
  • It said it was braced for more women to come forward.

Sir Clement, a grandson of the psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud and brother of artist Lucian Freud, was known to millions as a chef, comedian, writer and journalist.

He was a regular on BBC shows such as Radio 4’s Just A Minute.

When he died aged 84 his funeral was attended by George Osborne and stars including Bono, Stephen Fry, Paul Merton, Nicholas Parsons and Richard Curtis, the partner of his daughter Emma, 54.

Sir Clement took dark secrets to the grave, according to an ITV Exposure documentary being broadcast tonight. It paints him as a vicious sex attacker, demolishing his image as a lovable wit and raconteur.

After viewing the programme in advance, his widow, who is 89, gave a statement saying: ‘This is a very sad day for me. I was married to Clement for 58 years and loved him dearly.

‘I am shocked, deeply saddened and profoundly sorry for what has happened to these women. I sincerely hope they will now have some peace.’

Miss Woolsey, who is in her late 70s, told the documentary she did not want to take the truth to her tomb. She added: ‘It is the child in me that is speaking – the child that wants to be freed. I would like to just return to the child I was before I was molested physically.’

Clement Freud, pictured with his dog Henry filmed several TV adverts in the 1970s for dog food 

Clement Freud, pictured with his dog Henry filmed several TV adverts in the 1970s for dog food

She claims she met Sir Clement in the south of France, where she was living with her parents and he was the 24-year-old manager of a Cannes hotel. He took a liking to her, and persuaded her mother to let him take her to the beach and on a bus trip, where he molested her. Back in England in 1952, Miss Woolsey’s mother’s marriage fell apart and she sent her 14-year-old daughter to London to live with Freud in his marital home.

She described a disturbing morning when the couple asked her to join them in bed. When Lady Freud went off to make breakfast, she offered to go too but claims his wife replied: ‘No no no no no, you stay where you are, stay where you are with Clay [Clement], I’ll bring it.’

Miss Woolsey recalled: ‘And I knew what was going to happen. I was in my nightdress and he pulls it up and pulls me against him, touching me and kissing me.’

Clement Freud, top left, came to prominence in the 1960s after appearing on BBC's Just A Minute 

Clement Freud, top left, came to prominence in the 1960s after appearing on BBC’s Just A Minute

Sylvia Woolsey, who is now in her late 70s, said Sir Clement, pictured started abusing her when she was 10

Sylvia Woolsey, who is now in her late 70s, said Sir Clement, pictured started abusing her when she was 10

International stars including Bono and his wife Ali Hewson, pictured right, attended his funeral in 2009

International stars including Bono and his wife Ali Hewson, pictured right, attended his funeral in 2009

FREUD ‘LAUNCHED ROLF HARRIS’

Clement Freud said he launched the career of a star later exposed as a paedophile – Rolf Harris.

Freud opened the Royal Court Theatre Club in London in 1952 after a stint in the Army, and Harris worked as a regular song-and-dance man.

Freud boasted about how he had given the artist his break, saying: ‘After I ran the nightclub for about a year, I decided to have a cabaret.

‘I employed people who had never worked anywhere else before.

‘And I was the first person to employ Rolf Harris, Peter Cook and Dudley Moore.’

Australian Harris, 86, who is serving a prison sentence for sexually assaulting young girls, has said Freud kick-started his career.

In 2001, Harris said: ‘I was given my break in cabaret by Clement Freud, who ran a theatre club.’

Sir Clement, who was becoming a minor celebrity, running a cabaret club in Sloane Square, would creep into Miss Woolsey’s bedroom to molest her when he returned home late, she said. She said she ran away at 16 and when Sir Clement found out he sent her a letter accusing her of wrongly construing ‘every sign of affection’ as having ‘an unhealthy sexual motive’.

His second alleged victim, who the programme gave the pseudonym Joanne, said she was 11 when her mother, allowed her to be groomed by him. In 1978, when Sir Clement was Liberal MP for the Isle of Ely and she was 18, she says he ‘brutally’ raped her.

Peter Saunders, chief executive of the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, told the Mail that Sir Clement had ‘been on the radar’ of the charity.

He added: ‘About 12 years ago, before his death, something was said to me about an allegation of rape concerning him. I was given no name of the woman, but it was given to me with absolute sincerity. At the time, I never thought it would go anywhere because he was rich and powerful. Later I spoke to a friend at Rape Crisis, and she said his name had come up in her world too, a long time ago, but she couldn’t remember the details.’

Yesterday Sir Clement’s son Matthew, the public relations supremo formerly married to Rupert Murdoch’s daughter Elisabeth, made no comment other than to dismiss a Madeleine connection.

Sir Clement, left is father of TV presenter Emma, right, and PR supremo Matthew, who had no comment 

Sir Clement, left is father of TV presenter Emma, right, and PR supremo Matthew, who had no comment

The Goddard Inquiry, which is examining claims of a Westminster paedophile ring, declined to say whether Sir Clement would form part of its investigations.

Other former MPs exposed as child abusers include fellow Liberal politician Cyril Smith, while Labour peer Lord Janner died before he could be tried.

However a Scotland Yard inquiry into allegations of an Establishment paedophile ring fell apart over discredited claims by a man named ‘Nick’ about high-profile figures including Lord Bramall and former MP Harvey Proctor.

Exposure: Abused & Betrayed – A Life Sentence is on at 11.05pm.

For advice on childhood abuse, call NAPAC free on 0800 085 3330.

He’d stroke and kiss me. It was horrible, I was a child: 60 years on woman abused by Clement Freud reveals her agony in TV documentary

Sylvia Woosley met Sir Clement Freud at the age of ten when she moved to the South of France with her mother, stepfather and two sisters.

Sir Clement, then 24 and working at the glamorous Martinez hotel in Cannes, ‘immediately took a liking’ to her.

She told how he rented a house nearby and visited her parents at weekends, bringing her presents.

Sylivia Woosley, pictured, claims she was just ten when she was groomed and abused by Clement Freud

Sylivia Woosley, pictured, claims she was just ten when she was groomed and abused by Clement Freud

Sylvia said she had been nicknamed 'Pooh' because of her love of honey was abused in the late 1940s 

Sylvia said she had been nicknamed ‘Pooh’ because of her love of honey was abused in the late 1940s

Sir Clement would often take her to the beach – but she said his attentions took a more sinister turn on a trip into the hills.

Miss Woosley, nicknamed ‘Pooh’ because of her love of honey, recalled: ‘He’d stroke me, and he’d kiss me at the back of the bus on the mouth. He put his tongue in my mouth and it was wet. It was horrible and I didn’t like it. I was disgusted and helpless.’

Sir Clement’s visits to Miss Woosley’s home continued over the next 12 months until he returned to England in 1949.

In 1952, Miss Woosley’s mother’s marriage fell apart and the girl, now aged 14, was sent to live with Sir Clement and his actress wife June Flewett – known by the stage name Jill Raymond – in London.

Now they were under the same roof, Miss Woosley said Sir Clement’s behaviour escalated and he began sexually touching her in front of his wife. Miss Woosley, who has waived her right to anonymity, spoke out as part of an ITV documentary called Exposure: Abused & Betrayed – A Life Sentence. She said: ‘My breasts started to grow, and he took a liking to my left breast and was always pinching it and playing.’

She remembered a particularly disturbing incident from when she was 14, when the couple asked her to join them in bed.

Mrs Freud left the room to make breakfast and her husband sexually assaulted her, she said.

Clement Freud, pictured here at Royal Ascot in 2006 as been accused of grooming a nine-year-old girl

Clement Freud, pictured here at Royal Ascot in 2006 as been accused of grooming a nine-year-old girl

‘I knew what was going to happen. I was in my nightdress and he pulls it up and pulls me against him, touching me and kissing me,’ Miss Woosley added.

Sir Clement often came into the teenager’s bedroom after returning home from the nightclub he ran. She said: ‘If he had been violent, I would probably then have been able to react. But because the way he went about it was so, sort of gentle and loving … I just lay there and he’d put his hand up my nightdress and cuddle me and touch me. And so on.’

A diary entry by Miss Woosley’s friend, Sonia Markham, corroborates her story. Dated November 1956, it reads: ‘Spent the night with Sylvia as she’s scared Clay will try and force himself on her.’ A year later, Miss Woosley told Sir Clement’s nanny about the abuse she was suffering and moved out to live with Miss Markham.

Sir Clement later found out she had confided in the nanny and wrote her an angry letter, saying: ‘If you construe every sign of affection – and there were many – as having an unhealthy sexual motive, then you are both wrong, and in spreading this to other people, so ungrateful and unfair that you have succeeded in turning genuine affection into sour and bitter feelings of contempt and disgust.’

She said her own mother was furious when she heard she had fled the Freud home, urging her to call Sir Clement’s wife and say she had made up her claims.

Miss Woosley went on to lead a nomadic, fractured life, plagued by depression, suicide attempts, and broken relationships. It was only when she reached her 40s that she felt able to challenge Sir Clement, now an MP, about the abuse. She explained: ‘I said, “Why, why me?” And he said, “Because I loved you, you were a very sensual little girl.”’

Six months later, he called and invited her to spend the weekend with him in Cambridge.

He wrote the directions for her on House of Commons paper. She finds it hard to explain why, but she accepted and ended up sleeping with him. Now in her late 70s, Miss Woosley said: ‘I had no respect for my body whatsoever … you know it was expected of me. That’s what you do. If you want any kind of love from a man. Then you sleep with him.’

She added: ‘It destroyed something in me that broke, and I suppose it’s affected my behaviour all my life. I’ve been married twice, my relationships with men. My lack of trust, my lack of self-confidence, my self-destructions.’

Miss Woosley, who has given a full report to police, said she wanted to speak out before she dies. ‘You can’t bury the truth forever,’ she said. ‘It needs to be heard.’

Groomed at 11, then a horrific attack at 18, Clement Freud’s second victim reveals how the then MP abused her in the House of Commons

Joanne – not her real name – met Clement Freud in 1971 when he came to her family home bearing gifts.

From the age of 11 onwards he would phone her and tell her she was a ‘special child with a rare, high intelligence’.

In 1973 Sir Clement became a Liberal MP, after which he went on to invite Joanne to the Houses of Parliament and to his home.

He also began grooming her. She recalled: ‘I can remember him kissing me on the mouth and soft hugging.

‘I felt sick but grateful at the same time, frightened and unable to move or react in any way.’

Sir Clement, pictured, in 1981 was a Liberal MP between 1973 and 1983,  when he abused one of his victims 

Sir Clement, pictured, in 1981 was a Liberal MP between 1973 and 1983,  when he abused one of his victims

Sir Clement invited Joanne and a female friend of hers to his home for dinner in 1974, when she was just 14.

Joanne said: ‘During a tour of the house he tried to lock us into his basement bedroom.

‘I cannot entirely remember what he said, but it was something along the lines of: “Would you like to get naked and have some fun?”’

But the worst was yet to come.

Sir Clement offered to cook for Joanne again in June 1978, when she was 18, and invited himself over to her parents’ home.

Describing the nightmarish evening, she said: ‘He had a bath, cooked for me and then began making soft sexual advances to me at the dinner table.

‘I consistently said no but he just kept pushing and cajoling me, with leering and witty put-downs about his being good at this etc. He came down on me and I froze up with terror.

‘I kept saying I did not want him to continue forcing me, but was terrified that he would become violent.’

Sir Clement then took her by the hand to her parents’ bed, where he ‘brutally’ raped her.

After he had finished, she recalled: ‘Then he just got up, said, “you can stay there my dear” and went next door to watch the World Cup in our living room.’ Joanne, who claimed she was left bleeding for a week, called one of her friends that evening and told her what had happened.

She also tried to talk to her mother, but she just told her she had had a ‘bad sexual experience’.

Clement, right, pictured with Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe, centre, abused one girl in Westminster 

Clement, right, pictured with Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe, centre, abused one girl in Westminster

Freud, pictured behind Liberl leader David Steele, centre and in front of paedophile Cyril Smith, 3rd right

Freud, pictured behind Liberl leader David Steele, centre and in front of paedophile Cyril Smith, 3rd right

A year later Sir Clement was due to visit Joanne’s family home but she fled before he arrived.

He sent her a letter to say he was ‘grieved’ she had left and offered her theatre tickets.

It read: ‘I understand that you heard I was coming, and raced off into the night. This grieves me.

‘Next time, why don’t we have me race off into the night and you stay home. Alternatively, as I am now 86 and you are older than you were, may I send you a ticket to the National Theatre as a gesture of my continued affection.’ Freud was joking about his age. In fact, he was 55 at the time, some 37 years older than the young woman he allegedly raped.

Joanne said: ‘Freud was a clever man. As I now interpret what I witnessed as a child he used the personality flaws and the neuroses of others in order to manipulate them.’

Describing how the grooming affected her, Joanne said: ‘I live in constant terror that I will be found out, exposed. I have already suffered across nearly 40 years.

‘It is not simply to be labelled as depression or mental illness, this is disempowerment, self destructiveness and grief. This is what real suffering looks like.’

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3641755/Clement-Freud-child-abuser-Former-Liberal-MP-molested-girls-young-10-TV-documentary-reveals-two-victims-tell-pain.html


Dark secrets of the Freuds: Did his wife, who at 47 seduced a boy of 16, turn a blind eye to Clement’s depravity?

The greatest skill of the late Sir Clement Freud was never to reveal what he was thinking. Friends would say that you could look him straight in the eyes and they would give nothing away.

Someone else had that ability — fellow Knight of the Realm Jimmy Savile. And now, it seems, Sir Clement, once one of the most popular and enduring figures in broadcasting and public life, was also hiding paedophile secrets.

Tonight’s ITV programme has a woman in her late 70s, Sylvia Woosley, claiming that from the age of ten she was ‘groomed and abused’ by Freud. Another woman makes similar allegations adding there could be ‘thousands more’.

Clement Freud, centre, pictured receiving an award at Buckingham Palace along with his family in 1987

Clement Freud, centre, pictured receiving an award at Buckingham Palace along with his family in 1987

Will Self's brother Joss, right, admitted in his biography he had an affair with a woman 30 years his senior when he was aged just 16, naming her as June - which was the real first time of Jill Freud - Clement's wife 

Will Self’s brother Joss, right, admitted in his biography he had an affair with a woman 30 years his senior when he was aged just 16, naming her as June – which was the real first time of Jill Freud – Clement’s wife

The allegations will dismay Freud’s many friends and millions of fans. But they have elicited no protest of his innocence from his widow Lady Freud, the actress Jill Raymond — born June Flewett — now 89.

Instead, in the film she apologises ‘for what has happened to these woman’, expressing her shock, and her deep sorrow. Given the shocking nature of the revelations, it is almost unbearable now to repeat the tribute to the amusingly lugubrious Freud — a Liberal MP for 14 years — given by his friend Gordon Brown after Freud’s death seven years ago.

‘Sir Clement Freud made a huge contribution to public life in many different ways,’ declared the then Prime Minister, who got to know Freud when he was Rector of the University of Edinburgh and Freud was Rector of Dundee University.

‘I was proud to have known him and the whole country should recognise the achievements in his life.’

Eight days later, at the funeral at St Bride’s, in Fleet Street, Brown read the lesson from St John’s Gospel and gave an address to a starry congregation that included Stephen Fry, rock star Bono and an assortment of Freud’s fellow panellists from Radio 4’s enduring panel game Just a Minute, in which he said: ‘He was more than a national treasure, he was a national institution.’

Until now, this was how practically everyone viewed Freud — the dry, acerbic, self-deprecating, achingly pessimistic figure the public adored.

Clement Freud — Clay to his friends — was one of those people who seem to have been placed on earth to remind everyone that it’s not all bad. His method of doing so was to insist, however, that it was.

International stars including Bono and his wife Ali Hewson, pictured right, attended his funeral in 2009

International stars including Bono and his wife Ali Hewson, pictured right, attended his funeral in 2009

His was the measured, slightly mocking, funereal voice on Just a Minute that audiences most wanted to hear. No wonder he appeared in every episode of the popular programme through 42 series from its inception in 1968 until he died. To listeners desperate for nostalgia, he was the embodiment of old-fashioned and slightly mannered attitudes.

Who but Clement Freud could have taken on the hopeless constituency of the Isle of Ely for the Liberals in 1973 — and won it? He wanted to beat the Conservatives but couldn’t bring himself to stand for Labour.

With the bookies quoting odds of 33-1 against him, the famous gambling man put a £1,000 on himself — and won. One way or another, the overweight, almost Pickwickian Freud always appeared to be in crackling, curmudgeonly form.

He was a familiar, larger-than-life figure punting heavily at the races (visitors to his Marylebone flat were invariably shown the copy of a bookmaker’s cheque of £70,420.45 for his winnings which he kept in a frame on the wall), often with wife Jill on his arm.

Here was an ostensibly happy marriage that produced five children (and nearly 20 grandchildren) including multi-millionaire PR guru Matthew Freud, whose former wife was Rupert Murdoch’s daughter Elisabeth.

Matthew has certainly followed the family’s dissolute, libidinous path. While married to his second wife Elisabeth, with whom he has a son and a daughter, he had another child with one of her close friends. Elisabeth even cradled the child in her arms, not knowing the father was her husband.

Victim Sylvia Woosley met Clement Freud when she moved with her family to the South of France in 1948

Victim Sylvia Woosley met Clement Freud when she moved with her family to the South of France in 1948

Friends said she was furious that he had ‘betrayed’ her. They were divorced in 2014, two years after the child was born.

Another of Clement’s children is Emma Freud, TV presenter and partner of Four Weddings And A Funeral filmmaker Richard Curtis.Emma and Matthew’s other siblings were Nicola, Dominic and Ashley.

But behind the public image there were dark secrets. One emerged 15 years ago when author Jonathan ‘Joss’ Self, a friend of the Freuds and brother of the writer Will Self, revealed in a memoir, Self Harm, that he was only 16 years when he started an affair with a married woman who was 30 years his senior.

He named her only as ‘June’ and it went on for five years until he met his first wife. June is, of course, the real first name of Jill Freud, and it soon emerged that she was the married women involved.

(Incidentally, she is said to have been C. S. Lewis’s inspiration for the character of Lucy in the Narnia stories — in World War II she was evacuated to Oxford and was taken in by Lewis and his lover Jane Moore.)

Self wrote of the affair with Freud: ‘I learned an awful lot, for me the experience was all positive . . . June taught and I learned; she nurtured and I grew; sometimes, with the callous indifference of a teenager I inadvertently hurt her. I loved June and she loved me. Nevertheless, despite the strength and depth of our feelings for each other, we both understood the impossibility of our situation . . .

‘There was no question of deceiving June’s husband as they had an “open” marriage . . . Although he and I never discussed the subject, he was fully aware with how things stood between his wife and me. Indeed, he treated me as a member of their family, offering me support, advice and even financial assistance.

‘Over time, the two of us developed a lasting and quite separate, if somewhat unconventional, friendship of our own.’

Freud, right, earned £750,000 in today's money for an advert for dog food with Henry the Bloodhound, left

Freud, right, earned £750,000 in today’s money for an advert for dog food with Henry the Bloodhound, left

As for Freud himself, friends said he was not bothered by what happened between Joss and Jill — he once joked the secret to a long marriage was ‘several houses’ — and he dismissed it as ‘just tittle-tattle’.

At his home in Cork, in the West of Ireland yesterday, Joss Self, now 55, brother of the oh-so-opinionated, fashionable writer and commentator Will Self, declined to add anything about the Freud’s ‘open’ marriage on the grounds that ‘it’s all in the past’.

But just how ‘open’ the marriage was is bound to be a key question in the light of tonight’s revelations.

In her astonishing testimony, Sylvia Woosley — who met the Freuds with her wayward mother in the South of France in 1948, and was taken in by them in London in 1952 when her mother decamped to Ibiza — describes a morning when she joined the couple for breakfast in their bed. She was 14.

When Mrs Freud got up to make the breakfast, Sylvia offered to help, but Jill Freud told her to ‘stay where you are with Clay’.

She says: ‘I knew what was going to happen. I was in my nightdress, and he pulls it up and pulls me against him, touching me and kissing me.’

Who could have imagined that such a depraved scene could be played out by a man admired in so many ways. But then, Clement Freud’s studied unflappability masked an incredibly complex family background which already encompassed dysfunction, feud and infidelity.

How bitterly ironic that the family would have made an intriguing study for Freud’s grandfather Sigmund Freud, the father of psychoanalysis who believed that sexual energy was the driving force behind our behaviour.

Victim Sylvia Woosley moved in with Clement and his wife Jill in 1952 after her mother's marriage collapsed

Victim Sylvia Woosley moved in with Clement and his wife Jill in 1952 after her mother’s marriage collapsed

Sigmund and his family fled from Hitler’s Nazis to London in 1933 and, arriving in London, settled in Hampstead where he continued to develop his theories.

But the great Sigmund merited a mere two pages in Clement’s autobiography, Freud Ego, in which he describes, as a boy in Berlin being taken on a family visit to see his grandfather in Vienna. Later, in London, he would have tea with him.

Sigmund died in 1939, mercifully unaware of the bitterness that would divide his three grandsons, Clement, and brothers Stephen, who became an ironmonger in London, and Lucian, the infamous artist who womanised on an industrial scale.

Sigmund would perhaps have traced the roots of their enmity back to their childhood of considerable domestic comfort in which the brothers had a full-time nanny, all made possible because their mother was rich.

Clement — whose architect father Ernst was Sigmund’s son — recorded in his memoir: ‘My mother was very beautiful and fairly distant. When she came into the nursery she nodded to Stephen and me, and sat down with Lucian and whispered. They had secrets. I did not realise for many years that this is not what good mothers do.’

Just how these memories incubated in Clement’s mind — and in his brothers’ — one can only speculate about. But tragically, when Clay died the three had not talked to each other for some years.

Lucian, who died in 2011 aged 88, was to become probably the world’s greatest living painter, whose works now sell for millions.

But his fame as an artist is rivalled by his rampant reputation with women — he is known to have fathered 14 children, two of them with his first wife and 12 with five mistresses — though it is rumoured he had up to 40 children.

The fraternal rift was so deep that when Lucian was offered a knighthood, he openly admitted he turned it down because Clement already had one. ‘I have the OM (Order of Merit) which is senior,’ he boasted.

So how did this bad blood come about? There are two stories. One tells of Lucian challenging Clement to a race around Green Park.

Clement Freud had a major falling out with his brother, artist Lucian, pictured, some time in the 1950s

Clement was in the lead when his brother cried out: ‘Stop thief, he’s stolen my money.’ As passers-by grabbed hold of the younger man, Lucian swept by to win the race. The two never spoke again.

The second story concerns Lucian’s gambling debts of £19,000 in 1955, when Clement was running a nightclub at the Royal Court Theatre in London’s Sloane Square.

According to Clement, when his brother arrived at the club seeking a loan, he kept him waiting and then turned him down. ‘I loved Lucian without liking him,’ said Freud years later. ‘There came a point where love was too painful and the dislike sufficient to say it really would be more sensible to end this relationship.’

For his part, Stephen, the ironmonger, saw himself as the ‘forgotten Freud’ while Clement simply dismissed their relationship as ‘not very close’. As for Clement Freud’s career, it was not exactly meteoric.

His celebrity happened by accident. No great scholar, he left St Paul’s school to become an apprentice chef at the Dorchester hotel in Park Lane when he was 16.

There he saw in the new year of 1942 with ten portions of Beluga caviar and a bottle of Dom Perignon pilfered from his employer — an evening that would give him a taste for high living and set a high bar for his culinary ambitions.

Conscripted into the Royal Ulster Rifles, he was a liaison officer at the Nuremberg war crimes trials after World War II.

From there he turned to cooking and sports writing and, being good with words in an age when TV chefs were in their infancy, he soon found himself dispensing advice on-screen in Freud On Food.

When Eamonn Andrews invited him on to his ITV chat show in 1964, Freud’s doom-laden style was an instant hit.

But it was another four years before he became a star, and for this he always acknowledged the debt he owed to Henry the bloodhound.

As a TV chef and gourmet, he had declined many offers to endorse foods because he knew it could compromise his professional integrity. But dog food was different.

The ads he made in three days with Henry for Minced Morsels earned him £45,000 (£750,000 today) — and stardom.

Sir Clement Freud then managed to achieve the ultimate goal of every celebrity — the public’s affection. It is not difficult to know what Sylvia Woosley felt, watching it happen.

For her, his abuse, which began, remember, when she was just ten years old, ruined her life. There have been suicide attempts and bouts of depression.

‘I suppose it’s affected my behaviour all my life,’ she tells ITV.

‘I’ve been married twice, my relationships with men, my lack of trust, my lack of self-confidence, my self-destructions.’

Clement, knighted by Margaret Thatcher in 1987 when he lost his parliamentary seat, died of a heart attack while writing an article.

He always claimed to pooh-pooh his celebrity. Privately, he adored it. As with Jimmy Savile, the public affection will now turn to revulsion.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3641876/Dark-secrets-Freuds-Did-wife-47-seduced-boy-16-turn-blind-eye-Clement-s-depravity.html

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He’d stroke and kiss me. It was horrible, I was a child: 60 years on woman abused by Clement Freud reveals her agony in TV documentary

  • Sylvia Woosley was just ten when she met Clement Freud in the late 1940s
  • She had moved to the South of France where Sir Clement was working 
  • Sylvia said Sir Clement, then 24, groomed her by buying her presents 
  • She said she was first raped by the star aged 14 when she was in London

Sylvia Woosley met Sir Clement Freud at the age of ten when she moved to the South of France with her mother, stepfather and two sisters.

Sir Clement, then 24 and working at the glamorous Martinez hotel in Cannes, ‘immediately took a liking’ to her.

She told how he rented a house nearby and visited her parents at weekends, bringing her presents.

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Sylivia Woosley, pictured, claims she was just ten when she was groomed and abused by Clement Freud

Sylivia Woosley, pictured, claims she was just ten when she was groomed and abused by Clement Freud

Sylvia said she had been nicknamed 'Pooh' because of her love of honey was abused in the late 1940s 

Sylvia said she had been nicknamed ‘Pooh’ because of her love of honey was abused in the late 1940s

Sir Clement would often take her to the beach – but she said his attentions took a more sinister turn on a trip into the hills.

Miss Woosley, nicknamed ‘Pooh’ because of her love of honey, recalled: ‘He’d stroke me, and he’d kiss me at the back of the bus on the mouth. He put his tongue in my mouth and it was wet. It was horrible and I didn’t like it. I was disgusted and helpless.’

Sir Clement’s visits to Miss Woosley’s home continued over the next 12 months until he returned to England in 1949.

In 1952, Miss Woosley’s mother’s marriage fell apart and the girl, now aged 14, was sent to live with Sir Clement and his actress wife June Flewett – known by the stage name Jill Raymond – in London.

Now they were under the same roof, Miss Woosley said Sir Clement’s behaviour escalated and he began sexually touching her in front of his wife. Miss Woosley, who has waived her right to anonymity, spoke out as part of an ITV documentary called Exposure: Abused & Betrayed – A Life Sentence. She said: ‘My breasts started to grow, and he took a liking to my left breast and was always pinching it and playing.’

She remembered a particularly disturbing incident from when she was 14, when the couple asked her to join them in bed.

Mrs Freud left the room to make breakfast and her husband sexually assaulted her, she said.

Clement Freud, pictured here at Royal Ascot in 2006 as been accused of grooming a nine-year-old girl

Clement Freud, pictured here at Royal Ascot in 2006 as been accused of grooming a nine-year-old girl

‘I knew what was going to happen. I was in my nightdress and he pulls it up and pulls me against him, touching me and kissing me,’ Miss Woosley added.

Sir Clement often came into the teenager’s bedroom after returning home from the nightclub he ran. She said: ‘If he had been violent, I would probably then have been able to react. But because the way he went about it was so, sort of gentle and loving … I just lay there and he’d put his hand up my nightdress and cuddle me and touch me. And so on.’

A diary entry by Miss Woosley’s friend, Sonia Markham, corroborates her story. Dated November 1956, it reads: ‘Spent the night with Sylvia as she’s scared Clay will try and force himself on her.’ A year later, Miss Woosley told Sir Clement’s nanny about the abuse she was suffering and moved out to live with Miss Markham.

Sir Clement later found out she had confided in the nanny and wrote her an angry letter, saying: ‘If you construe every sign of affection – and there were many – as having an unhealthy sexual motive, then you are both wrong, and in spreading this to other people, so ungrateful and unfair that you have succeeded in turning genuine affection into sour and bitter feelings of contempt and disgust.’

She said her own mother was furious when she heard she had fled the Freud home, urging her to call Sir Clement’s wife and say she had made up her claims.

Miss Woosley went on to lead a nomadic, fractured life, plagued by depression, suicide attempts, and broken relationships. It was only when she reached her 40s that she felt able to challenge Sir Clement, now an MP, about the abuse. She explained: ‘I said, “Why, why me?” And he said, “Because I loved you, you were a very sensual little girl.”’

Six months later, he called and invited her to spend the weekend with him in Cambridge.

He wrote the directions for her on House of Commons paper. She finds it hard to explain why, but she accepted and ended up sleeping with him. Now in her late 70s, Miss Woosley said: ‘I had no respect for my body whatsoever … you know it was expected of me. That’s what you do. If you want any kind of love from a man. Then you sleep with him.’

Clement Freud, top left, came to prominence in the 1960s after appearing on BBC's Just A Minute 

Clement Freud, top left, came to prominence in the 1960s after appearing on BBC’s Just A Minute

Sylvia Woolsey, who is now in her late 70s, said Sir Clement, pictured started abusing her when she was 10

Sylvia Woolsey, who is now in her late 70s, said Sir Clement, pictured started abusing her when she was 10

Clement Freud, pictured with his dog Henry filmed several TV adverts in the 1970s for dog food 

Clement Freud, pictured with his dog Henry filmed several TV adverts in the 1970s for dog food

She added: ‘It destroyed something in me that broke, and I suppose it’s affected my behaviour all my life. I’ve been married twice, my relationships with men. My lack of trust, my lack of self-confidence, my self-destructions.’

Miss Woosley, who has given a full report to police, said she wanted to speak out before she dies. ‘You can’t bury the truth forever,’ she said. ‘It needs to be heard.’

Joanne – not her real name – met Clement Freud in 1971 when he came to her family home bearing gifts.

From the age of 11 onwards he would phone her and tell her she was a ‘special child with a rare, high intelligence’.

In 1973 Sir Clement became a Liberal MP, after which he went on to invite Joanne to the Houses of Parliament and to his home.

He also began grooming her. She recalled: ‘I can remember him kissing me on the mouth and soft hugging.

‘I felt sick but grateful at the same time, frightened and unable to move or react in any way.’

Clement Freud, pictured, has been accused of abusing two young girls, the youngest of whom was just ten according to a new ITV documentary 

Clement Freud, pictured, has been accused of abusing two young girls, the youngest of whom was just ten according to a new ITV documentary

Sir Clement invited Joanne and a female friend of hers to his home for dinner in 1974, when she was just 14.

Joanne said: ‘During a tour of the house he tried to lock us into his basement bedroom.

‘I cannot entirely remember what he said, but it was something along the lines of: “Would you like to get naked and have some fun?”’

But the worst was yet to come.

Sir Clement offered to cook for Joanne again in June 1978, when she was 18, and invited himself over to her parents’ home.

Describing the nightmarish evening, she said: ‘He had a bath, cooked for me and then began making soft sexual advances to me at the dinner table.

‘I consistently said no but he just kept pushing and cajoling me, with leering and witty put-downs about his being good at this etc. He came down on me and I froze up with terror.

‘I kept saying I did not want him to continue forcing me, but was terrified that he would become violent.’

Sir Clement then took her by the hand to her parents’ bed, where he ‘brutally’ raped her.

After he had finished, she recalled: ‘Then he just got up, said, “you can stay there my dear” and went next door to watch the World Cup in our living room.’ Joanne, who claimed she was left bleeding for a week, called one of her friends that evening and told her what had happened.

She also tried to talk to her mother, but she just told her she had had a ‘bad sexual experience’.

Sir Clement, pictured, in 1981 was a Liberal MP between 1973 and 1983,  when he abused one of his victims 

Sir Clement, pictured, in 1981 was a Liberal MP between 1973 and 1983,  when he abused one of his victims

A year later Sir Clement was due to visit Joanne’s family home but she fled before he arrived.

He sent her a letter to say he was ‘grieved’ she had left and offered her theatre tickets.

It read: ‘I understand that you heard I was coming, and raced off into the night. This grieves me.

‘Next time, why don’t we have me race off into the night and you stay home. Alternatively, as I am now 86 and you are older than you were, may I send you a ticket to the National Theatre as a gesture of my continued affection.’ Freud was joking about his age. In fact, he was 55 at the time, some 37 years older than the young woman he allegedly raped.

Joanne said: ‘Freud was a clever man. As I now interpret what I witnessed as a child he used the personality flaws and the neuroses of others in order to manipulate them.’

Describing how the grooming affected her, Joanne said: ‘I live in constant terror that I will be found out, exposed. I have already suffered across nearly 40 years.

‘It is not simply to be labelled as depression or mental illness, this is disempowerment, self destructiveness and grief. This is what real suffering looks like.’

Groomed at 11, then a horrific attack at 18, Clement Freud’s second victim reveals how the then MP abused her in the House of Commons

Joanne – not her real name – met Clement Freud in 1971 when he came to her family home bearing gifts.

From the age of 11 onwards he would phone her and tell her she was a ‘special child with a rare, high intelligence’.

In 1973 Sir Clement became a Liberal MP, after which he went on to invite Joanne to the Houses of Parliament and to his home.

He also began grooming her. She recalled: ‘I can remember him kissing me on the mouth and soft hugging.

‘I felt sick but grateful at the same time, frightened and unable to move or react in any way.’

Sir Clement, pictured, in 1981 was a Liberal MP between 1973 and 1983,  when he abused one of his victims 

Sir Clement, pictured, in 1981 was a Liberal MP between 1973 and 1983,  when he abused one of his victims

Sir Clement invited Joanne and a female friend of hers to his home for dinner in 1974, when she was just 14.

Joanne said: ‘During a tour of the house he tried to lock us into his basement bedroom.

‘I cannot entirely remember what he said, but it was something along the lines of: “Would you like to get naked and have some fun?”’

But the worst was yet to come.

Sir Clement offered to cook for Joanne again in June 1978, when she was 18, and invited himself over to her parents’ home.

Describing the nightmarish evening, she said: ‘He had a bath, cooked for me and then began making soft sexual advances to me at the dinner table.

‘I consistently said no but he just kept pushing and cajoling me, with leering and witty put-downs about his being good at this etc. He came down on me and I froze up with terror.

‘I kept saying I did not want him to continue forcing me, but was terrified that he would become violent.’

Sir Clement then took her by the hand to her parents’ bed, where he ‘brutally’ raped her.

Clement, right, pictured with Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe, centre, abused one girl in Westminster 

Clement, right, pictured with Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe, centre, abused one girl in Westminster

Freud, pictured behind Liberl leader David Steele, centre and in front of paedophile Cyril Smith, 3rd right

Freud, pictured behind Liberl leader David Steele, centre and in front of paedophile Cyril Smith, 3rd right

After he had finished, she recalled: ‘Then he just got up, said, “you can stay there my dear” and went next door to watch the World Cup in our living room.’ Joanne, who claimed she was left bleeding for a week, called one of her friends that evening and told her what had happened.

She also tried to talk to her mother, but she just told her she had had a ‘bad sexual experience’.

A year later Sir Clement was due to visit Joanne’s family home but she fled before he arrived.

He sent her a letter to say he was ‘grieved’ she had left and offered her theatre tickets.

It read: ‘I understand that you heard I was coming, and raced off into the night. This grieves me.

‘Next time, why don’t we have me race off into the night and you stay home. Alternatively, as I am now 86 and you are older than you were, may I send you a ticket to the National Theatre as a gesture of my continued affection.’ Freud was joking about his age. In fact, he was 55 at the time, some 37 years older than the young woman he allegedly raped.

Joanne said: ‘Freud was a clever man. As I now interpret what I witnessed as a child he used the personality flaws and the neuroses of others in order to manipulate them.’

Describing how the grooming affected her, Joanne said: ‘I live in constant terror that I will be found out, exposed. I have already suffered across nearly 40 years.

‘It is not simply to be labelled as depression or mental illness, this is disempowerment, self destructiveness and grief. This is what real suffering looks like.’

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3641823/He-d-stroke-kiss-horrible-child-60-years-woman-abused-Clement-Freud-reveals-agony-TV-documentary.html


Now a FOURTH victim comes forward to say Clement Freud sexually assaulted her when she was a 19-year-old student

  • Rosemary Rimmer-Clay claims she was attacked by Sir Clement Freud
  • Broadcaster and former MP was exposed as a child abuser this month 
  • Ms Rimmer-Clay waived her right to anonymity to talk about alleged attack
  • Says she was attacked when she was a 19-year-old student at university 

A woman who claims she was attacked by Clement Freud has waived her right to anonymity to describe her harrowing experience.

Rosemary Rimmer-Clay was a 19-year-old in her second year at Dundee University when she met Freud, who she considered ‘a hero’.

Ms Rimmer-Clay, 62, said she was attacked by the celebrated broadcaster and former MP following a Burn’s Night Supper – adding the incident left her feeling ‘repulsed, numb and shocked’.

Rosemary Rimmer-Clay (pictured)  said she was attacked by the celebrated broadcaster and former MP while she was at university

Rosemary Rimmer-Clay (pictured)  said she was attacked by the celebrated broadcaster and former MP while she was at university

Ms Rimmer-Clay has become the fourth named victim of Clement Freud, who was this month exposed as a child abuser

Ms Rimmer-Clay has become the fourth named victim of Clement Freud, who was this month exposed as a child abuser

Ms Rimmer-Clay has become the fourth named victim of the late broadcaster and politician, who was this month exposed as a child abuser.

Speaking to ITV news, Ms Rimmer-Clay said she met Freud in 1975 and after a Burn’s Night supper, he invited her to go for a coffee.

‘I was really pleased to speak to him. He asked me what I was doing. I was just a fan. I was kind if impressed by his presence,’ she said.

‘He said do you want to go and have some coffee. I was 19 so I thought nothing of it.’

As Freud was the rector of her university, Ms Rimmer-Clay said she ‘didn’t see anything sinister in it at all’, and thought he wanted to have a ‘chat about university’.

She added: ‘I’m older and wiser now but at the time I thought he just wanted to chat about university.’

Speaking to ITV news, Ms Rimmer-Clay said she met Freud in 1975, when she was just 19 years old

Speaking to ITV news, Ms Rimmer-Clay said she met Freud in 1975, when she was just 19 years old

The pair met while Freud was a rector at Dundee University, where Rosemary Rimmer-Clay (pictured), was a student

The pair met while Freud was a rector at Dundee University, where Rosemary Rimmer-Clay (pictured), was a student

Ms Rimmer-Clay said the pair went to her flat, when the former MP and broadcaster cooked her an omelette – before he ‘lunged’ at her.

The 62-year-old described it as ‘odd’ that Freud cooked her food as they had just eaten a meal.

She said: ‘I think now that it was kind of ritual he had…I think he cooked food for people and got down to business essentially…he flipped it over and he gave it to me in a very ceremonious way and stood and watched me eat it, which I thought was a bit weird.’

After that, he ‘lunged and got a bit amorous’, and Ms Rimmer-Clay said did not encourage him in any way, adding: ‘I was stone cold sober and was just talking about being a student. He was sidling over and all hands.’

She claimed he ‘wanted a hug’, to which she responded: ‘no I don’t really want that’.

Sir Clement Freud: Rosemary Rimmer-Clay says she was a 19-year-old in her second year at Dundee University at the time of the alleged attack 

Sir Clement Freud: Rosemary Rimmer-Clay says she was a 19-year-old in her second year at Dundee University at the time of the alleged attack

‘When he got uncomfortably intimate, I didn’t like it at all. It was horrible. It went into a nightmare really where this guy was being sexual and I had no interest in that at all.’

Ms Rimmer-Clay says he began to back off when she told him of a personal connection they shared.

‘I said to him this is not a good idea, my sister teaches your daughter.

‘He was horrified and he kind of backed off and then he came over a little bit again and said “at least give me a kiss”, and I was thinking this is vile I don’t want to give him a kiss but he had me in a corner of the room.

‘And then he gave me this horrible slobbery kiss with his tongue and literally I had never been kissed by anyone. And I thought it was a really horrible experience in the worst kind of way.

‘He was a very cold person, there was nothing kind of fun, or happy about him, he was just going to get this thing that he wanted, it was a power thing really I was intimidated’

Ms Rimmer-Clay says the incident was ‘straightforward abuse’, adding: ‘I saw him as someone who was a representative of the university…he was a national wit and an author, but he was abusing his power to prey on young girls.’

She said the experience left her feeling ‘repulsed and numb and shocked’, and that she ‘went from thinking this is someone I really admire to thinking he’s just a revolting creep.

‘There was complete lack of respect, I was just a thing. He was someone who was going to have whatever he wanted.

‘If I hadn’t had this connection with his daughter I really think I was at huge risk.’

Ms Rimmer-Clay never reported the incident to Dundee University or the police.

Ms Rimmer-Clay has become the fourth named victim of the late broadcaster and politician, who was this month exposed as a child abuser
Sir Clement Freud

Ms Rimmer-Clay has become the fourth named victim of the late broadcaster and politician, who was this month exposed as a child abuser

She added: ‘He picked out the person who was vulnerable and he seized on that and it’s horrible to think of that. I was really at risk. On my own, in my flat with nobody around to look out for me.

‘It’s straightforward abuse isn’t it? I was very young for my age and vulnerable. A rector should be there to support the students. It’s hard being at university.

‘I was struggling with fees and the pressure of work and I was lonely and he sussed out I was someone who was vulnerable.

‘I think people should be vetted more carefully. I feel soiled…contaminated. I was so young, just 19. Terrible. He’s left a trail of wreckage in people’s lives.’

Last week the ITV documentary Exposure heard from two other alleged victims of Sir Clement Freud. The Metropolitan Police is assessing the allegations.

Dundee University said it is now looking over its records from Freud’s time there as a result of the ITV documentary.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3651123/Now-FOURTH-victim-comes-forward-say-Clement-Freud-sexually-assaulted-19-year-old-student.html

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