Savile subjected Broadmoor victims to 'repeated assaults'

A report by Broadmoor Hospital into the sexual abuse of patients by late entertainer Jimmy Savile has confirmed 11 allegations were made against the disgraced TV star.

The allegations involved three minors, six patients and two staff at the hospital.

Nine of the victims were female and two were male, the hospital said, and all had been sexually abused by Savile.

Two patients were subjected to "repeated assaults," Broadmoor confirmed.

A further five incidents at the hospital were reported to Operation Yewtree, but the identities of the alleged victims were unknown and could not be traced.

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