GARY Glitter was jailed in 2015 for sexually abusing three young girls.
The Leader of the Pack singer, real name Paul Gadd, is believed to rake in millions even behind bars.
Where is Gary Glitter in prison?
Gary Glitter is being held in a cushy prison for sex offenders, The Sun revealed.
Paedo Glitter, 74, was moved to HMP The Verne which has had a £3.3million make over to become a Category C jail solely to house perverts.
Prisoners reportedly have 20-inch flatscreen TVs and tea making facilities in their own cells and are allowed to walk freely around their wing 24-hours-a-day.
A source previously told The Sun: “It’s like a holiday camp in there. To think some of these people have raped children, the public would be disgusted to see how they live.
“Because it’s all sex offenders together they feel safe and there is no trouble.
“They are given special privileges because they are older prisoners who are deemed to be well behaved.”
The Verne is on the Isle of Portland in Dorset.
Glitter is now at HMP The Verne which has just undergone a £3.3million renovation[/caption]
What’s his net worth?
Gary is thought to be worth between £1million and £6million.
Glitter’s songs are believed to be blacklisted on all UK radio stations, but there are stations in the US that still play them – letting him rake in up to £250,000 a year.
It was reported in 2013 he stood to earn £1million in royalties from Oasis track Hello, which uses a sample of his lyrics, and he also made £300,000 after his music featured in the Oscar-nominated trailer for Silver Linings Playbook.
He is also believed to own a flat in London that he rents out.
Is Rock and Roll Part 2 in The Joker?
The song Rock and Roll Part 2, which Glitter helped write, is played in a key scene of the blockbuster film The Joker.
The featured song will make the paedophile hundreds of thousands of pounds, experts have claimed.
He will receive a lump sum for letting the recording be used and royalties will be paid based on how well the film does in cinemas, plus DVD sales and sales of the film’s soundtrack.
The 1972 hit plays for around two minutes in a key scene when Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker dances down a long flight of steps as he fully transforms into the villain.