Max Clifford at his desk in 2005
Clifford tells reporters outside his Surrey home in Hersham that he expects 'the worst'
Disgraced publicist Max Clifford has told reporters he expects 'the worst' as he prepares to be sentenced today at Southwalk crown court.
Clifford made the admission outside his Hersham home last night. He also refused to apologise to victims.
Earlier this year it was revealed Clifford had taken a £3.5 million mortgage on his Surrey mansion, prompting speculation that the remorseless PR guru is trying to protect his money from victims looking for compensation.
Convicted of eight indecent assault charges on women and girls, legal experts expect Clifford will spend at least two years in jail.
As clients and celebs rush to cut their ties with Clifford, his PR company in Weybridge, Max Clifford Associates, is expected to close.