"I was 15 when we started, but 15 in 1966 was probably like nine today. I had a flat chest and was only starting puberty. By the time I turned 18 and was more like a women, he lost interest and denied even knowing me."
She is one of a growing number of victims, now around 60 in total, to have come forward and whose case is being investigated by police. The revelations about Savile's private life were made in an ITV documentary a fortnight ago.
Police believe the veteran DJ, TV presenter and charity campaigner may have been abusing victims for decades. The BBC and other bodies could be sued by victims if it can be shown they were negligent in allowing Savile to prey on his young victims.
Solicitor Caroline Chandler, who is representing the claimant from Wythenshawe, said: "Many people are now coming forward in the North West to make complaints. Jimmy Savile, who used to live and work in Manchester, was idolised by many young girls.
"The growing number of claims is alarming and victims who suffered such abuse should report their abuse to the police in an effort to at least tell someone in authority what has been going on, even though their alleged abuser is no longer alive."