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DJ Tim Westwood ‘unequivocally prevents’ claims from getting sexual offense by a few ladies

Tim Westwood is a previous Radio 1 DJ who was an early boss of hip-bounce in the UK and facilitated the first broadly communicated rap show on UK radio from 1994. He is confronting claims from seven ladies, with occurrences supposedly occurring inside a time of over 20 years.

Three ladies have blamed the previous Radio 1 DJ for crafty and savage sexual way of behaving, while four others guarantee they were grabbed by him at occasions, The Guardian reports following a joint examination with the BBC.

The ladies were in their late teenagers or mid 20s when the supposed occurrences occurred. The earliest claimed occurrence purportedly occurred in 1992; the latest in 2017.

An assertion from an agent for Westwood to the PA news office said: “Tim Westwood unequivocally keeps all claims from getting unseemly way of behaving.

“In a profession that has traversed 40 years, there have never been any objections made against him formally or informally.

“Tim Westwood firmly dismisses all claims of bad behavior.”

The 64-year-old DJ was an early boss of hip-jump in the UK and facilitated the first broadly communicated rap show on UK radio from 1994.

After very nearly 20 years on Radio 1, he left the station in 2013 and at present has a Saturday night show on Capital XTRA, where he is alluded to as “The Big Dawg”.

Westwood, who is the child of Bill Westwood, the previous Anglican Bishop of Peterborough who passed on in 1999, was harmed in a hit and run assault in Kennington, South London, in July 1999, which left him in medical clinic.

Frequently refered to as a motivation for Sacha Baron Cohen’s made up Ali G character, as well as his profession in radio he introduced the MTV UK vehicle makeover show Pimp My Ride UK, which ran for three seasons from 2005 to 2007.

The ladies blaming him are set to recount to their accounts in a BBC Three narrative, Tim Westwood: Abuse of Power, which airs on Tuesday night.

The seven ladies are on the whole dark, and say they met Westwood through his work. They have stayed unknown and don’t have a clue about one another, as per the BBC.


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