Gary Glitter’s neighbors are ‘scared’ Paedo could move back into the posh flat and blasted the publication as a ‘shame’.
NEIGHBORS of serial child molester Gary Glitter are ‘scared’ he will crawl back to his swanky multi-million pound flat as they blasted his release.
Sicko Glitter was freed by HMP The Verne on Friday morning after eight years under cover of darkness.
The twisted 78-year-old – real name Paul Francis Gadd – was jailed in 2015 for attempted rape and four counts of indecent assault.
He also had sex with a girl under the age of 13 and his most recent victim was less than ten when he snuck into her bed and attempted to rape her in 1975.
Now residents near his London top floor apartment in a posh red-brick Victorian mansion are terrified and have blasted his release.
A mother of two who lives directly across from Glitter’s hideout told The Sun Online the threat should never have been made public.
She said: “I had no idea he used to live here.
“This is extremely worrying. It’s a shame he got fired at all. That is shocking.”
She now fears for her two young children, who are playing in the street – just meters from the rock and roll part 2 singer’s cabin.
The vacant flat, estimated to be worth £2million, has not been in his name since his arrest in Vietnam in 2006.
Records show that it is conveniently controlled over a company by a former employee.
Residents of the other 223 homes say the home near Baker Street was empty during his incarceration.
Glitter was arrested in an early morning raid at the address almost a decade ago.
“I DON’T KNOW HE WAS OUT”
A resident who lives on the same floor was unaware of the monster’s connections to his new home.
They said: “We just moved in so we didn’t know about it.
“It’s very scary.”
And a shocked nanny for a family on the street said “it’s crazy” that Glitter is free to roam their neighborhood.
They added: “Very scary. It’s scary to think I could stop by on the way home with the kids.
“I had no idea he was out. If he moves back in, everyone on the street should be told.”
Despite fears, Glitter is unlikely to move back into the house any time soon as he is being held in a transitional home in the meantime.
The production Peado is believed to have been fitted with a GPS ankle tag.
Twisted Glitter was not placed on the sex offender register but was forced to sign himself for life upon his return from Vietnam in 2006.
His pedophilia first came to light in 1997 when he was caught with 4,000 pictures of child sexual abuse.
The monster was first caged for the pictures in 1999.
Glitter was then jailed in Vietnam in 2006 for molesting two girls, ages 11 and 12, before being released in 2008.
The singer was then sentenced in Britain in 2015 to 16 years in prison for sexually abusing three young girls between 1975 and 1980 at the height of his fame.
https://www.the-sun.com/news/7304834/gary-glitter-house-neighbours-london-release-prison/ Gary Glitter’s neighbors are ‘scared’ Paedo could move back into the posh flat and blasted the publication as a ‘shame’.