Vicky Hayes, who is now 64, described how the former Liberal MP took a fancy to her during a visit to her father’s restaurant in the 1960s, when she was aged just 14. After becoming friends of the family, he lavished her with attention and then one night when she was 17 plied her with alcohol and raped her.
"The riff starts. You can see the audience – they’re lighting up. And, by the end of it, they’re standing up and dancing. It’s the physical effect that it has on people. That’s why swing music is great!"
Craig Murray, a former British diplomat, who was a student at Dundee University in the late 1970s / Freud was rector in the 1970s.: “I can remember the Student Union President at the time coming out of his office. He was really angry and said to me that Clement Freud had asked him to set him up with a girl as he was heading up to Dundee. He said ‘I’m not going to act as his bloody pimp’.”
Later when they had wanted to invite him to her wedding she had to make an excuse to avoid him being there. She said he had tried to rape her once more when she was married and pregnant, but she had managed to fight him off again.