Disgraced entertainer has apparently been writing songs in prison.
Disgraced Australian entertainer Rolf Harris is reportedly planning on releasing a comeback album in which he will address his accusers and victims in one of the songs called 'Can't Keep That Dingo Down', after the 85-year-old was for indecently assaulting four girls.
According to The Sun, Harris has told family and friends the album will be called 'Justice For All' and he hopes to release it by the end of the year when he believes he will be released.
"Making music is helping Rolf survive prison," an unspecified source said.
"But rather than keep his material to himself, he’s telling those around him he has every intention of releasing it."
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Harris was found guilty on 12 charges of sexual crimes believed to have occurred between 1968 and 1986, with the youngest victim believed to be as young as seven-eight years old.
The singer's conviction resulted in him being stripped of his ARIA Hall Of Fame honours, as well as his British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Fellowship.