SEX monster Rolf Harris made a final last plea to his daughter before he died.
The disgraced TV star – who served three years in prison for a string of child sex attacks – died on May 10 after receiving round-the-clock care for neck cancer.
Rolf Harris died on May 10 at the age of 93[/caption]
Before he died at his £7m home in Bray, Berkshire, shamed Harris begged his daughter Bindi to look after his wife, reports The Courier Mail.
Speaking haltingly through a feeding tube, Harris, 93, said: “Look after your mum.
“I always believed we would go on longer together but, if I go first, promise you’ll take good care of your mum.”
Harris’ wife 91-year-old Alwen Hughes, who suffers from Alzheimer’s and receives 24-hour care, stood by him as he was put on trial and caged.
Their daughter Bindi, 59, also defended Harris – insisting he was “harmless” despite previously saying he was an absent father.
A new documentary claims Hughes was forced to watch as he sexually harassed women.
He allegedly behaved inappropriately in front of his wife and daughter during his vile campaign of sexual crimes.
Family friend and promoter Chris Brosnan claimed in the ITVX film that Harris was consistently “pushing a boundary” in front of his own family.
He said: “When it came to women, it was impossible for Rolf to think about his wife and his daughter.
“In front of Alwen, he’d take a woman’s hand, hold their hand and pull them in closer to them and then he would start kissing them all the way up their arm and he’d get up to their neck and then he’d be kissing their neck.”
Harris and Hughes, who wed in 1958, lived as recluses at their home where they both received 24-hour care.
Before his health declined, brazen Harris was often seen walking his dog nearby.
The final photo of Harris showed the paedo in a wheelchair.
He wasn’t able to walk or eat in his final days as he battled neck cancer.
In 2013 when he was arrested twice in connection with attacks on children dating back to the 1980s.
He was also charged with four counts of producing indecent child images.
In June 2014, Harris was convicted of 12 counts of indecent assault.
The crimes were committed against four girls – one of whom was aged just seven or eight.
His trial heard that one of the victims was a childhood friend of his daughter, and another a young autograph hunter.
He was released from jail in May 2017 part-way through a re-trial on four accusations of indecent assault.
Later that year, Harris appeared at the Court of Appeal in London to try and overturn his 2014 convictions.
He had one conviction overturned following his appeal, but the other 11 remained.
Harris’ death was confirmed on May 23 by the registrar at Maidenhead Town Hall.
He “died peacefully surrounded by family and friends and has now been laid to rest”, his family said in a statement.
Harris found fame in the 1960s with the release of his hit song Tie Me Kangaroo Down, Sport.
And he became a UK TV star and national treasure, often appearing alongside fellow paedo Jimmy Savile.
But his legacy ended in disgrace when he was investigated and ultimately convicted of indecent assault against four girls in 2014.