Judge Alistair McCreath summing up at Southwark Crown Court where Rolf Harris was on trialCredit:Elizabeth Cook/PA Harris, wearing a pale blue shirt, suit and patterned tie, showed no reaction as the not guilty verdicts were read out by the jury forewoman.Judge Alistair McCreath discharged the jury from deliberating on the further four counts he faced.The prosecution team asked for one week to decide if it will apply for a retrial. Show more Rolf Harris, the disgraced entertainer, has been cleared of three sex charges after a second trial.A jury took just under a week to find the 86-year-old Australian not guilty of three of the seven alleged assaults said to have taken place over four decades, following a second trial at London’s Southwark Crown Court.Harris is currently in jail following a 2014 trial which saw him convicted of 12 sex offences against four female victims, one aged as young as seven or eight.But his defence team claimed the jury in the first trial had “got it wrong” and that the media frenzy had “without doubt made him vulnerable to people making accusations against him”.The pensioner declined to give evidence at his second trial, instead silently watching proceedings first on video from Stafford prison and then later from the dock with a hearing loop. It also cleared him of groping a blind, disabled woman at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London in 1977.And he was also cleared the most recent charge he was accused of – sexually assaulting a woman in her forties after the filming of a television show in 2004.Judge McCreath told Harris he must be present for a hearing next Wednesday, but not necessarily in person, to which he replied: “Thank you.” Harris was allowed to follow the first part of his trial by video-link from prisonCredit:Elizabeth Cook/PA The jury took 26 hours and 16 minutes to clear Harris of two charges of indecent assault and one of sexual assault.The seven women and five men found he was not guilty of indecently assaulting a young autograph hunter when she visited him at a radio station in Portsmouth with her mother at the end of the Seventies. Rolf Harris performing on the main stage at Glastonbury in 2002Credit:Toby Melville/PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.