Sir Clement Freud, the late politician and broadcaster, has been accused of abusing two girls in the late 1940s and 1970s.
Two women have told ITV Exposure of the abuse they suffered at the hands of Freud, who died in 2009.
Sylvia Woosley said Sir Clement, who was a close family friend and 14 years older than her, initially started to groom her and touch her inappropriately when he lived close to her parents' house in the South of France, kissing her on the mouth.
Sylvia was too scared to tell her mother about the abuse and thought her ordeal was over when Sir Clement moved back to the UK a year later.
But when her parents' marriage broke up when she was 14, she was sent to live with Freud, his new wife and baby daughter and the abuse escalated.
Sylvia eventually managed to get away when she was 19.
One day, when she was in her forties, she tried to confront Sir Clement at the House of Commons.
She said he blamed her for the abuse, calling her a "sensual little girl."
Sylvia has now given a full statement of what happened to her to the police.
She told Exposure that she has carried the guilt and shame of being a child abuse victim all of her life but being able to tell her story now has provided a profound sense of relief.
Exposure spoke to a second woman, on the condition of anonymity, who said she was groomed by Freud in the 1970s, when he was an MP.
He would write letters to her at boarding and take her on trips to parliament. She said in 1974, when she was 14, Freud tried to lock her and her friend in a basement.
In 1978, he invited himself over to the woman's family home, while her parents were away, to cook dinner. She said Freud raped her that night.
Sir Clement's widow Jill Freud, 89, told Exposure she is "shocked and deeply saddened by the claims."
- Exposure: Abused & Betrayed - A Life Sentence will be broadcast on ITV at 11:05pm on Wednesday 15th June