Closing the Chapter: Rolf Harris’s Niece Shuts Down Business
Jenny Harris, the loyal niece of disgraced TV star Rolf Harris, has decided to close one of his businesses, marking a significant move in the aftermath of his controversial career.
The closure of RHE Investments, a company tied to Harris’s legacy as a children’s TV presenter and artist, comes with a £1.2 million cash windfall.
Financial Details: £1.2 Million Windfall and the Closure of RHE Investments
The windfall from the closure of RHE Investments includes £700,000 in cash, a £127,474 tax refund, and an additional £400,000 from another fund.
Jenny Harris, who stood by Rolf Harris during his legal troubles, signed the Declaration of Solvency from Sydney, Australia, where she resides.
Transition to Myfanwy Investments: Channeling Wealth to Another Enterprise
It is anticipated that the £1.2 million windfall will be redirected to another family-controlled enterprise, Myfanwy Investments.
This entity, also owned and controlled by the Harris family, is in the process of being closed down, indicating a significant shift in the family’s financial portfolio.
Rolf Harris’s Estate: Recent Revelations from the Deceased Entertainer’s Will
The recent unveiling of Rolf Harris’s will, following his death at the age of 93 in May, disclosed a £16 million fortune accumulated during his successful career.
The estate, comprising valuable paintings and a riverside mansion, is now in the hands of his only child, Bindi, and personal assistant Lisa Ratcliff.
Controversial Legacy: Rolf Harris’s Legal Troubles and Personal Life
The article touches upon Rolf Harris’s troubled past, including his incarceration in 2014 for indecently assaulting four girls and young women.
It mentions his release in 2017, his secluded life with wife Alwen, and the disturbing revelations from additional women who came forward with accusations, including well-known personalities like Vanessa Feltz and Linda Nolan.