ITV News has spoken to another woman who claims she was attacked by Sir Jimmy Savile.
UK Editor Lucy Manning spoke to Dee Coles who alleges that the "Jim'll Fix It" host sexually abused her and another girl 40 years ago in his camper van when she was on holiday in Jersey.
She says she was 14 when she was "taken into his van by him on a couple of occasions" and "made to do sexual acts".
"I suppose the compassionate side of me wants to say that he was a man who needed some help," she said.
"The gut reaction is to say there was something really quite evil about him".
Dee Coles said she was going public with her account now in the hope that other women who have made similar claims are believed.
Watch the full interview here:
At least six woman have now alleged that the late TV presenter Sir Jimmy Savile attacked them when they were young girls.
Some of the allegations will be aired in a new ITV1 Documentary, "Exposure: The Other Side of Jimmy Savile," which will be broadcast on Wednesday evening.
Anyone affected by the issues raised in this programme can contact the NSPCC Helpline on 0808 800 5000 or their local police force.
You can also contact the National Association for People Abused in Childhood by calling 0800 085 3330. The Helpline is open 10am-9pm Monday to Thursday and 10am-6pm on Fridays