Gary Glitter Sentenced to 16 Years in Prison

February 28, 2015

Gary Glitter is going to prison for 16 years!


Hopefully this news will spur radio stations & hockey arenas to STOP PLAYING his song “Rock And Roll Part 2”. Glitter, whose real name is Paul Gadd, was found guilty earlier this month of sexually abusing underage girls between 1975 and 1980.


Gadd received a 16 year sentence, along with some harsh words from the judge who presided over the case.

Pointing out that “The offenses for which I must pass sentence today took place many years ago at a time when in particular, in respect of one of them, the maximum sentence was considerably lower than that which is now available,” Judge Alistair McCreath told Gadd he wouldn’t be handing down a life sentence, but made it clear that he wasn’t taking the charges lightly.

“I have read the victim impact statements of all three victims. It is clear, in their different ways, they were all profoundly affected by your abuse of them,” admonished McCreath. “You did all of them real and lasting damage and you did so for no other reason than to obtain sexual gratification for yourself of a wholly improper kind.”

Calling Gadd a “habitual sexual predator, who took advantage of the star status afforded to him by targeting young girls who trusted him and were in awe of his fame,”

Detective Chief Inspector Michael Orchard from Scotland Yard applauded the ruling — and the victims who came forward so he could be held accountable for his crimes.