More New Zealand woman are coming forward to say they were indecently assaulted by Rolf Harris.
Harris was sentenced to five years and nine months in prison on Friday, but he is expected to serve half that time.
On Monday, a jury found the 84-year-old guilty of 12 indecent assaults against four girls between 1968 and 1986. Other allegations including assaults in New Zealand were heard during the trial.
On Friday, MP and former broadcaster Maggie Barry said Harris had groped her in the 1980s in a Palmerston North recording studio.
Since speaking out more than a dozen woman had approached her to say they too had been assaulted by Harris, Ms Barry said.
Many were also journalists who had experienced his “wandering hands” during interviews, Ms Barry told the New Zealand Herald.
Make-up artist Lee Howden said Harris assaulted her when he was in Christchurch for a TVNZ appearance in 1986.
“I went in at break time to just re-do his make-up, and the next minute I felt a hand going up my right leg, right inside of my underpants,” she told Radio New Zealand.
She had heard police were interested in finding more people and she hadn’t ruled out making a complaint.
Another woman said she was at an Anglican Trust Christmas Party in Auckland in the late 1970s or early 1980s when she was nine and was groped by Harris while going to sit on his knee to get a present.
“He would try and stick his hands up under your skirt and into your panties and rub your chest on the front,” she told TV3’s Campbell Live.
Harris made his name on the BBC over 60 years, hosting shows for children, animal lovers and art fans.
The length of Harris’s sentence has been referred to the UK attorney-general as possibly being unduly lenient.