Rolf Harris is still raking in the cash – four years after he was released from jail on sex charges.
A firm set up by the shamed entertainer this week reported a bottom line of £2.6million.
He founded the company to invest in stocks and shares and accounts filed last week show that it has £160,164 in cash, plus £2.1m in investments.
The former entertainer – believed to be worth around £15million – founded RHE Investments Ltd in January 2012.
Books sent to Companies House also showed it paid £121,227 in Corporation Tax on its profits meaning the firm made more than £600,000 in the 12 months to the end of June this year.
Harris resigned as a director of the company in September 2015, but his wife Alwen was company secretary until September of this year.
His niece Jennifer also helps administer the firm and is paid to look after the investments.
Harris was freed from prison in May 2017 after serving three years of a five-year, nine months sentence for sex assaults on women and girls.
The 90-year-old has made millions from his paintings and his TV and music work.