Explosive Tell All Book by Jimmy Savile's Nephew
By Ciaran Hannah
September 15, 2013
|Savile’s circle of celebrity pals are living in fear of being named in Guy Marsden's tell all book
|Jimmy Savile's nephew Guy Marsden says he couldn't live with the guilt of keeping his Uncle's antics a secret
Guy Marsden, 59, is writing a book with broadcaster and author Tony Horne about his disgraced uncle.
Now Savile’s circle of celebrity pals are living in fear of being named in the book.
Guy will reveal fresh details of the secret paedophile parties the BBC star hosted, some attended by his showbiz friends.
He will claim that Savile had influential members of the British legal system in his back pocket to allow him to act without fear of prosecution.
And he will also expose Savile’s secret links with members of foreign royal families – suggesting he could have abused countless victims from overseas.
Roofer Guy from Leeds, West Yorks, decided to write the book after staying silent for years over the Jim’ll Fix It star’s shameful secret life.
He said: “I have written a book based on all my experiences of my uncle from the age of 13. I couldn’t live with the guilt of knowing so much and staying silent any longer.
“Doing the book is not about money but me really wanting to tell people about the extent of his depravity.”
The dad-of-four added: “Even if only one person buys the book it means it will be on the record. I think his victims have a right to know.
“I have names of all the famous and powerful people he used to mix with.
“Many of them are celebrities but others are names from other backgrounds who I believe were implicit in allowing him to act in the way he did.”
He continued: “Jimmy was very ‘in’ with foreign royalty, which nobody is aware of.
“It is possible many of his victims could have come from abroad.
“It will be an explosive book and I know a lot of people will be very worried that I am writing it.”
Last October, Guy told how his uncle regularly attended paedophile parties.
He revealed Savile even took him to parties at the houses of showbiz pals when he was just 13.
Although he says he never saw any children being abused, he believed boys and girls as young as ten were targeted by perverts.
Guy, who has ten grandchildren with his wife Anne, previously said neither he nor his family wanted money from their uncle’s estate. “I’ve written the book purely to set the record straight,” he added.
A joint police and NSPCC report published in January declared that, with at least 450 victims, Savile, who died in 2011 aged 84, was one of Britain’s most prolific sex offenders.
Metropolitan Police Commander Peter Spindler said Savile “groomed the nation” by raising millions for charity while using his status as a platform for abuse.
In July police discovered the names and sexual details of hundreds of girls scrawled across a wall of a Manchester record shop.
Savile was thought to have used a room above the store as a secret HQ to plan his vile acts.
Horne, 42, ghostwriter for Tango 190 – the story of late PC David Rathband who was shot by fugitive Raoul Moat – confirmed he had received a manuscript from Guy.
He said: “I’ve got his first draft and am going through it with him.
“As you can imagine it is pretty revelatory and will need careful editing.
“Obviously, I can’t reveal any names mentioned at this stage.
“Some are household names known to millions.
“There will be a lot of worried people out there fearing this book coming out.”