Freddie Starr said that he has "always said from the word go" he is prepared to be interviewed by the police over abuse allegations linked to the Jimmy Savile inquiry.
Speaking outside his home, where he appeared with a young girl, Starr added: "I've always said I want to be interviewed...I've got sick of it am I'm just going to go down there."
The comedian has strongly denied allegations linking him to abuse.
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.