The lawyer representing some of disgraced broadcaster Stuart Hall's victims, has labelled the TV star's reported transfer of his £1.2 million house to his wife as "cynical".
According to the Daily Telegraph, Alan Collins said he had been instructed to pursue civil action in relation to injuries and harm suffered.
Mr Collins said:"I am looking at media reports that Hall has possibly moved assets and will take action as appropriate.
"It's quite a common problem in cases like this, they put an asset in another person's name or even overseas. It is a cynical move, it shows contempt for the victims".
One of Stuart Hall's victims exclusively told ITV News "justice has not been done" after the broadcaster was sentenced to 15 months in jail.
Stuart Hall has been jailed for 15 months after admitting 14 counts of indecent assault, relating to 13 girls aged between nine and 17.
Veteran BBC broadcaster Stuart Hall was accused of being a child abuse "predator" today after he admitted indecently assaulting 13 girls.