Rolf Harris sighed as he was found not guilty of three charges in his second sexual assault trial.
The historical offences related to groping two women and a teenager.
The jury in the London court was unable to reach a verdict on four other charges on Feb. 8. The prosecution has one week to request a retrial.
Harris, 86, is already serving time for 12 sexual assault convictions. He was sentenced to nearly six years’ jail in 2014.
The UK’s Telegraph reports he qualifies for parole at the end of May this year, when he would have served half of his sentence.
"Mr Harris is grateful for the care and attention this jury has given to his case,” said Harris' solicitor Daniel Berke, “and the not guilty verdicts returned."
This article originally appeared on WHO.
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