Another story of alleged abuse by Sir Jimmy Savile has emerged this morning, this time at a children's home in West Yorkshire.
A woman, who did not want to be named, claims Savile abused a 12-year-old girl in the 1970s at a council run home in Leeds.
Speaking to BBC Radio Leeds she said Savile took the girl upstairs to the bedrooms.
"A social worker came down, and basically he came back the next day and said it would be his word against Jimmy Savile and it would be unfair to put a girl through the procedure of a police investigation that probably will end in nothing and ruin a man's career."
Jimmy Savile was questioned as a suspect by police investigating the Yorkshire Ripper, according to a retired police officer.
Jimmy Savile's nephew has spoken of the emotional turmoil his family is going through in the wake of the sex abuse allegations.
A colleague of Jimmy Savile allegedly raped a woman on BBC premises in 1970, ITV News has been told.