PR guru refused to apologise even as he was jailed for eight years over a string of indecent assaults against young women.
Max Clifford spoke to ITV News last month about how the 1960s and 70s were a different world and abuse could have gone undetected.
The publicist Max Clifford has spoken out after being arrested by officers investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse allegations.
PR guru Max Clifford has been found guilty of one count of indecent assault by a jury at Southwark Crown Court.
He has been cleared of one count of indecent assault by a jury at Southwark Crown Court.
Max Clifford is due to face 11 charges of indecent assault at the Old Bailey today. The alleged offences took place between 1966 and 1985. He was arrested as part of the Met Police's Operation Yewtree. He denies all the charges.
A spokesperson for the publicist said he did not have to attend the hearing in person.
Max Clifford has told reporters that he is very grateful for the "tremendous support" that he has received from his clients and friends since allegations that he allegedly assaulted several women became public.
Speaking outside his house Mr Clifford said he was upset that women could make allegations 40 years after the alleged event.
The 70-year-old faces eleven historic counts of indecently assaulting against teenage girls.
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Publicist Max Clifford has been re-bailed following his arrest by Jimmy Savile detectives.
Clifford, who was arrested on suspicion of sexual offences on December 6, has been re-bailed to return on a date in February, pending further inquiries.
Publicist Max Clifford returned to work today following his arrest on suspicion of historical sexual offences.
ITV News' Crime Correspondent Jon Clements reports:
Speaking to reporters outside his central London office, Max Clifford said:
"It's not the nicest of times for me and my wife...but you just have to get on with things, which is why I've come to the office."
Speaking outside his central London office this lunchtime, publicist Max Clifford told reporters:
"One of the good things to come out of this nightmare is the huge amount of support - literally hundreds of people have contacted me in the last 20 hours with their messages.
"So there is always a positive side to any dreadful situation."
Two claims against Max Clifford are alleged to have taken place in 1977 and "a few years afterwards," the publicist said today.
"All I can say is that [the allegations] are totally without any foundation and they are totally untrue.
"I think one was in '77 and one was a few years afterwards," he said.
He said he appeared distressed last night because he had been "sitting in cells, being asked questioned for hours and hours. I wasn't exactly a bundle of joy."
He accepted that police have to look into the accusation made.
"I've got to answer their questions and hopefully show clearly and conclusively to them and everybody else that there is absolutely no truth in any of this," he said.
Max Clifford told reporters today that there is "absolutely no truth" in allegations made against him.
He said: "Accusations were made, police have got to look into it, that's what they've got to do."