RAPE ALLEGATIONS AGAINST PRIZE WINNER AT PATTAYA ‘SUCCESS ACADEMY’.
Police in Britain have arrested the chauffeur and fixer of former British DJ and TV presenter Jimmy Savile on his return from Thailand.
Ray Teret, 71, was arrested by Greater Manchester Police at a house in Altrincham.
Manchester Police’s Serious Sexual Offences Unit is investigating allegations that he raped three women when they were schoolgirls.
Teret left Thailand earlier this month stopping off at Geneva on the way to visit friends. His last known whereabouts in Thailand were in Chiang Mai Province.
He had known Jimmy Savile, now the subject of Operation Yew Tree, since the early sixties when both worked for the Mecca organisation.
Operation Yew Tree is massive investigation into the sexual activities of Jimmy Savile,(right) related television stars and BBC staff which began after scores of women came forward after Savile’s death earlier this year aged 84.
Teret shared a flat with Savile in Sale, Cheshire, and also became a chauffeur when for him when Savile became famous on BBC’s Top of the Pops.
He later went on to be a disco jockey on Radio Caroline – the pirate radio station which operated ships in the Irish Sea and North Sea.
Teret however soon fell from the limelight . He worked as a DJ for Manchester Radio Piccadilly, but in 1999 aged 57 he was jailed for six months for the statutory rape of a 15-year-old. The girl had consented.
|Ray Teret with the Beatles while working on Radio Caroline|
More recently he had been living in Pattaya on Thailand’s eastern seaboard where he attended an internet course promoted in the Pattaya Times newspaper.
The seminars were held by the (name deleted by request) Success Academy and were promoted by the Pattaya Times newspaper run by an American called Drew Noyes.
|Teret -back third from right. Noyes middle row – seventh from left|
Shortly afterwards he changed his career to internet marketer and started selling ‘Slimtea’on the internet. He also continues to do the ‘Ray Teret Show’ on an internet radio station called ‘Voice of Peace’.
|Teret crossed the Thai Burma border at Mai Sai|
He had recorded three programmes for the show in Geneva before flying back to London.
Manchester Police said the arrest was independent of Scotland Yard’s ‘Operation Yew Tree’ but the SUN in London is reporting that the three complainants also knew Jimmy Savile, which was confirmed by police.
Correction: See letter from David Cavanagh. Actually obviously there are no prize winners at these seminars. Everyone who attends and pays gets a graduation certificate.
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