No country wants anything to do with pop paedophile Gary GlitterAugust 21st, 2008 - 2:28 pm ICT by ANI
London, Aug 21 (ANI): It seems that English singer Gary Glitter has nowhere to go and no friends to turn too, for he was refused entry into Hong Kong last night.
Glitter had been released from Vietnam and handed over to the British authorities to be transported back to England, however the rocker, convicted of child abuse, had no plans of going back.
His first attempt at ditching the British police, assigned to make sure he reached Britain, occurred in Thailand, but it did not go through, as the authorities there refused to let him enter.
Glitter, 64, then declared that he was having a heart attack, and undergoing examination it was discovered that it was just an inflammation of the ribs, after that he said that he had tinnitus.
Thai authorities were by then eager to be rid of the singer, and after he wandered around the transit area for nearly 24 hours, he was finally deported and put on a plane to Hong Kong.
With only a British passport and bags full of belongings, Glitter then flew to Hong Kong on August 20 hoping that he would be granted permission to enter the city.
However, when the former glam-rock star arrived in Hong Kong, he was refused entry.
Glitter now no longer has any place to turn to, as all his friends and family members have decided that they do not want to have anything to do with him anymore.
Jef Hanlon, who used to be the pop paedophile’’s former manager and business partner, had stopped speaking to him in 2000, and his sister Sarah has also turned her back on him.
Glitter’’s son Paul, 43, who lives in Devon, showed his reluctance to accept his father back when he was about to be released from his first jail sentence.
“I don”t want him near us,” Times Online quoted him as saying.
The former rocker also has two children by his wife Ann Murton, and not much is known about how they feel towards him, except from the letter that they had written to him two years ago.
The police chief Lieutenant-Colonel Nguyen Duc Trinh said at the time that Glitter’’s daughter had written for both siblings, asking how he was coping in prison.
“They told him to take care of himself and that everything would be all right. They ended by saying they loved him,” Trinh said.
There is another child, Gary Jr, the son from his relationship with Yude-nia MartInez, a Cuban. She too has severed all contact with her former lover. (ANI)