Once-famous rock star Gary Glitter was thrown back in jail for violating bail conditions only a month after his initial release.


Gary Glitter, the infamous rock star, is being sent back to prison just one month after being released on bail.

The 78-year-old pop paedophile was caught attempting to use Tor.


Glitter prepares to browse the net as he relaxes in his bail hotel


He cowardly hid under a blanket tonight


He was recorded at a bail hostel reception desk enquiring about methods to conceal smartphone web browsing.

Paul Gadd, better known as Glitter, was sentenced to 16 years in prison in 2015 for sexually assaulting a girl younger than 13.

The news follows an exclusive report in the Sun on Sunday that revealed his release and subsequent monitoring in February.

He was released from the bail hostel at 6:05 p.m., and he hid under a blanket in a cowardly act of defiance.

After being arrested, Glitter was escorted out in an unmarked police car, where he hid by putting his head under the blanket.

A police van, which had been in the area for about ten minutes, followed the car as it left.

In the hours that followed, justice department officials said the Parole Board would make a decision on whether or not to release Glitter again.

“Protecting the public is our number one priority,” the Probation Service’s spokesman said.

That’s why we have such strict terms on parole and we don’t hesitate to send people back to jail if they break them.

After only five weeks in the bail hostel in the south of England, Glitter was led out.

A Sun on Sunday investigation revealed the disgraced actor discussing search engines and visiting the Dark Web, leading to his arrest and recall to prison.

We forwarded footage of the paedophile chatting with friends at the hostel, prompting an investigation by probation officers.

Following our tip about Glitter’s antics on Saturday, they are said to have remotely monitored his phone.

As a result, Glitter was picked up by police and probation officers at the hostel tonight and taken back to prison.

It was a condition of his bail that he wear an electronic tag and notify the police if he begins dating a woman with a minor child.

In addition, he must inform the police seven days in advance of any international travel, and the authorities have the right to veto the trip if they believe it poses a threat of further criminal activity.

The Sun has learned that Dominic Raab, the Justice Secretary and a Deputy Prime Minister, has requested a comprehensive report from government officials.

According to one reliable source, “the tenor of the music is changing.

So, as expected, the Deputy Prime Minister is now personally invested.

Just seeing the photos and reading the comments is enough to cause major concern.

Glitter has a horrifying history of looking for images of child abuse on the internet.

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In 1997, he was discovered with 4,000 gruesome images on his computer.

After being found guilty of sexually abusing girls under the age of 13 in separate incidents in both the 1970s and 1980s, he was given a conditional release in 2015.

Glitter was escorted out in an unmarked police car


The pop paedophile was previously jailed for 16 years



Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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