Rolf Harris’s daughter Bindi, 54, to reveal all about life with her sex offender father in a new book after she stood by the shamed entertainer throughout his prison term
- Bindi Nicholls, 54, revealed several draft pages of the explosive new biography
- She claims her father is ‘no kiddly fiddler’ and he is simply from a different era
- Rolf Harris, 74, was convicted of 12 counts of indecent assault back in 2014
- He has been released from prison last year but has since kept a very low profile
Rolf Harris’ daughter Bindi has revealed plans to pen a tell-all book about life with her father after sticking with him throughout his prison term and trial.
In documents obtained by the Daily Star Sunday, Bindi Nicholls, 54, defends her father’s behaviour and argues he is simply from a different era.
Ms Nicholls has already created several draft pages of the book in which she slams the courts and claims her father is ‘no kiddy fiddler’.
Bindi Nicholls, 54, arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London in June 2014 along with her father Rolf
‘Dad is from the age of Benny Hill, Carry On films,’ the documents read. ‘He is Australian – which was pretty male chauvinist in those days – that is the era he is from, so sometimes he says non-PC jokes.
Rolf Harris pictured with daughter Bindi back in 1995
‘He loves a flirt, which he does very openly, much to my embarrassment, but I have met many a man from my dad’s generation like that.
‘It’s harmless and you know it doesn’t lead anywhere. Dad loves to give compliments to women so they feel good, for no other reason!’
Harris was convicted of 12 indecent assaults at London’s Southwark Crown Court in June 2014, one on an eight-year-old autograph hunter, two on girls in their early teens, and a catalogue of abuse against his daughter’s friend over 16 years.
He was jailed for five years and nine months, but released from HMP Stafford in May after serving less than half the sentence.
Harris had hired private investigators to track down key witnesses including police officers as part of his appeal.
The disgraced entertainer was freed from prison in May 2017 but has kept a relatively low profile since his release.
Rolf Harris and Bindi appearing outside Southwark Crown Court in May 2014 for his initial trial on 12 counts of indecent assault