The parents of disgraced British rocker Gary Glitter's child abuse victims are planning to sue the singer as soon as he is deported back to England. Glitter, real name Paul Francis Gadd, will be shipped back to his native UK after serving his three year jail sentence in Vietnam, which started earlier this month (MAR06) after he was convicted of molesting two girls. But he faces bankruptcy if the families of Tran Thi Thu Diem, 11, and Tran Thi Thao Nguyen, 12, succeed with their proposed civil lawsuit. Nguyen's mother, who received a paltry $350 (GBP200) in damages after Glitter was convicted, says, "I have spoken to Diem's mother and we're determined to win justice for our girls."
LATEST: A 12-year-old alleged victim of Gary Glitter has dubbed the 1970s rocker a "monster", claiming he knew she was just a child.
Vietnamese youngster Tran Thi Thao Nguyen claims Glitter - real name PAUL FRANCIS GADD - plied her with alcohol and drugs before having sex with her, after she was recruited by his 18-year-old lover.
The 61-year-old claims he believed all the girls he was involved with were over 20.
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