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One of Stuart Hall's victims has spoken of how she kept the abuse secret for many years for fear of not being believed.
Susan Harrison said: "We were from a poor family and it was felt that we wouldn't be believed if I was to talk about it."
Watch the full interview on the Daybreak website.
VIDEO: The former TV and radio presenter Stuart Hall is starting a 15 month jail sentence tonight.
He admitted 14 counts of indecent assault against young girls.
The judge told Hall how his darker side had been revealed after years of keeping it hidden from public view.
One of his victims has been talking to our correspondent Rachel Townsend.
The Attorney General is to look at Stuart Hall's 15 month jail sentence after his office received a number of complaints that it was too low, his office confirmed.
Only one person needs to request a sentence is reviewed to trigger the process, which only applies to certain types of case such as murder, rape and child sex crimes.
Sentencing Stuart Hall, Judge Anthony Russell QC, said he was known to the public for his "genial personality", but there was "a darker side" to him.
Judge Anthony Russell QC added: "Those who admired you for these qualities and the general public now know that there is a darker side to you, one hidden from the public view until now - and a side which you were able to conceal taking advantage of your status as a well-liked celebrity.
"Several of these cases reveal an abuse of power by you because your status gave you an influence and standing which you abused."
Tracy was 13 when she was indecently assaulted by Stuart Hall. Speaking anonymously to ITV News she says she wasn't the only one to be targeted by Hall on that night:
Last month Stuart Hall admitted sexually assaulting thirteen girls. The youngest was nine, the eldest, seventeen. One of those victims, who wants to remain anonymous, has spoken exclusively to ITV News.
Tracy was 13-years-old when Hall assaulted her while she was staying at the home of a friend:
Hall victim: I wasn't the only one targeted that night.
The disgraced broadcaster Stuart Hall has been jailed for 15 months for 14 counts of indecent assault on 13 girls between 1967 and 1986.
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Stuart Hall has been jailed for 15 months after admitting 14 counts of indecent assault, relating to 13 girls aged between nine and 17.
Stuart Hall told police his sex victims were all lying as part of a "vendetta going on against people in the public eye