Rolf Harris, a former entertainer and convicted sex offender, passed away at the age of 93, according to the Press Association.

Harris, an Australian-born performer, rose to fame in the 1960s and 1970s with his distinctive sound and artistic talent. He was known for his television work and his music, but his career was ultimately marred by his criminal behavior.

In 2014, Harris was convicted of 12 counts of indecent assault against four girls between 1968 and 1986. He was sentenced to five years and nine months in prison. His reputation as a beloved entertainer was quickly dismantled by the allegations and subsequent conviction, and he became an emblem of the #MeToo movement and the scandal surrounding the sexual misconduct of powerful figures.

For many, Harris' legacy is complicated and deeply troubling. He initially denied the allegations but was eventually found guilty of these serious offenses. His public fall from grace was widely covered in the media and marked a turning point in the discussion around sexual assault and the accountability of powerful men.

Despite the many controversies surrounding him, Harris' work resonated with audiences across generations. His art and music will continue to be celebrated by some, but his personal and