Jonathan King has been charged with sexual abuse crimes dating back as far as the 1970s.
Jonathan King, has 18 charges against nine teenage boys to answer to. At the time, the boys were between 14 and 16 years of age.
He has been released on bail and told to appear in front of magistrates in Surrey, England on June 26th.
King, now 72, is a famous for discovering Genesis and was involved in early 10cc and Bay City Roller hits.
He also recorded a number of hits such as “Everyone’s Gone To The Moon” in 1965 and “Una Paloma Blanca” in 1975.
He produced “Keep On Dancing”, which was the Bay City Rollers first hit back in 1971, before producing “Donna”, “Rubber Bullets” “The Dean And I” and “Wall Street Shuffle” for 10cc.
He also hosted TV show “Entertainment USA” for the BBC, which ran from 1983 for eight years on BBC2.
King has never been far away from the headlines. In 2001, he was found guilty at the Old Bailey in London, on four charges of indecent assault, including one of buggery against boys aged 14 and 15. The offences occurred in the mid 1980s.
Source : Theguardian
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