Rolf Harris has been released from prison and is now back at his home in Berkshire.
Three minders have shielded Rolf Harris from cameramen as he returned to his home from prison after being bailed for indecent assault charges he's facing in a London court.
He had been appearing in that court via videolink, but will attend the rest of the trial in person of next week.
Harris was serving time after he was sentenced on previous convictions in 2014.
The woman, who is now in her mid-50s, told Southwark Crown Court the Australian entertainer groped her at a celebrity event in Cambridge in England in 1978.
"As a result Mr Harris will no longer be appearing in this court over the videolink following his release from prison", she said.
Judge Deborah Taylor said granting Harris bail should not impact the decision on the current charges.
"I do feel strongly that men like Harris shouldn't get away with it".
The 87-year old, who is on trial for alleged indecent assault, was released from Stafford Prison earlier in the day.
She told the court: "I absolutely have not (fabricated evidence)".
"I was in shock because I couldn't comprehend really what had just happened".
"I can't be the only person, I'll come forward and offer my help should it be needed", she told the jury.
When sexual abuse by former BBC star Jimmy Savile was revealed, she said she told others "Rolf Harris will be next because he groped me".
Harris is accused of indecently assaulting three teenagers in the 1970s and 1980s.