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It said "rumours" circulated within the Piccadilly Gardens office and it was "likely" he "could have been prevented from committing criminal offences". The ex-presenter, 86, was jailed in after admitting indecently assaulting 13 girls - one as new philadelphia sexy women as nine - between and The BBC said it had "failed victims".
Trust chairman Rona Fairhead said the corporation had "turned a blind eye, where it should have shone a light. And it did not protect those who put their trust in it".
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Victims of Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall will feel let down by the Dame Janet Smith report and will see it as "an expensive whitewash", according to a lawyer representing them. Young female visitors to BBC Manchester were jokingly referred to as "Hall's nieces" who had come for "elocution lessons", it said.
It also referred to Hall's "laddish sexuality, characterised by risque banter and often unwanted tactility". There was "no evidence" BBC staff were aware that the girls involved were under-age, and "no-one complained to management", it added. Had Mr Colley then taken Twin Spokane nude women "basic steps" to monitor Hall's behaviour "it is likely he could have been prevented from committing the criminal offences", the former Appeal Court judge's report said.
There was no evidence people had "direct personal knowledge" of his sexual conduct in his dressing room, it added. In the report, Dame Janet said: "In my judgment it must have been apparent to [Mr Colley], in the light of Hall's response and obvious lack of protest about such a serious issue, that the rumours relating to the period before he arrived were founded on fact. Savile Granny sex Campbell River Hall made "sorry reading" for the BBC and the inquiry found "disturbing things", the report said.
However, it said no organisation could be "completely confident" that it did not harbour abuser. During the inquiry, Mr Colley was contacted and said he "made it clear that sex on the premises was unacceptable". His response in the report said: "Nobody ever told me that Stuart Hall was having Naughty looking hot sex Truro sex in his dressing room or any sex in his dressing room.
If it did happen and I'd been told about it, it would have been sorted. I was more than able Stuaet sort Stuart Hall.
I did not fear him in any way. He was not essential to my operation.
BBC staff failed to report the disgraced presenter indulging in "inappropriate sexual conduct" partly because he was seen as an "untouchable" celebrity, the report found. Liz Dux, a specialist abuse lawyer at Slater and Gordon Lawyers, which represents victims, said: "All the Savile and Hall victims have ever wanted from this report is truth and ability.