North Yorkshire Police say they've received a second complaint in connection with the Jimmy Savile sexual abuse inquiry.
A spokesman said a woman, now living in the Durham area, has reported a sexual offence against a teenage girl in Scarborough in the late sixties. The allegation has been referred to the Metropolitan Police.
It's also been claimed today that Savile was banned from visiting a council-run children's home in Leeds after he molested a 12-year-old girl in the 1970s.
Police have confirmed 500 people have come forward as victims of Jimmy Savile.
The investigation into the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal has cost around £2 million so far according to the Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
Jimmy Savile thought he was "untouchable" and would regularly walk in on Broadmoor patients while they were in the bath, it's been claimed.