Yewtree cops to target pop superstar post Max Clifford’s sex abuse verdict

London, May 4: Yewtree cops will target a pop superstar and a former politician after Max Clifford was recently jailed for 8 years for a string of sex attacks on young women, it has been revealed.

According to the sources, Operation Yewtree officers, who spurred on by the Clifford verdict, were preparing cases against the two high-profile names, the Daily Star reported.

The singer is accused of abusing a ten-year-old boy, who was said to have given a statement to officers last year.

The former politician also faced historic allegations that he abused boys.

The verdict in the publicist’s trial was an important result for the officers on Yewtree, which was set up by the Metropolitan Police after the sex crimes of the late DJ Jimmy Savile came to light. (ANI)