The former popstar’s son Gary Pantoja Sosa has allegedly told close friends that his dad, 78, wants to move away once he is allowed to leave his bail hostel, The Sun has reported.
Just a few days ago an angry crowd sparked a disturbance at the entrance to Glitter’s halfway house after he was released from prison.
At least five men turned up at the bail hostel where Glitter is staying following his release from prison.
Glitter was freed from low-security HMP Verne, in Portland, last week after serving half of his 16-year sentence for sexually abusing three schoolgirls.
Glitter’s son, Gary Jnr, is a musician and tattoo artist who lives in Spain. He is yet to meet his father, but the pair are in regular contact.
A source told the Sun:‘Glitter is looking to move as soon as he can. He knows Britain is dangerous.
‘He has a son in Spain and he’s in touch with him and he could go there.
‘He’s told him that’s the plan. He will need to keep a low profile and stay out of the way.’
Glitter, 78, was freed from low-security HMP Verne, in Portland, on Friday after serving half of his 16-year sentence for sexually abusing three schoolgirls.
In 2006 he was jailed there for molesting two girls aged 11 and 12. He was later deported to the UK where in 2015 he was jailed for abusing three girls between 1975-80.
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