Convicted paedophile Jonathan King has been told to "shut up" for his victims' sake as he continues to protest his innocence after his release from jail.
King says he intends to resume his career in music
The disgraced music mogul was a "danger to young boys" and his "perversions" caused revulsion, Victims of Crime Trust's Norman Brennan has said.
King has been released on parole after serving half a seven-year jail term.
As he left Maidstone Prison in Kent, King said: "I'm totally, absolutely 100% innocent."
He said his legal team had "guaranteed" he would be cleared on appeal.
Supporters handed out free copies of King's new CD, while King told reporters he had "enjoyed" his time in prison.
King, 60, was jailed in 2001 for four indecent assaults and two serious sexual offences on boys aged 14 and 15.
He said: "I've had a brilliant three-and-a-half years for crimes I did not commit.
"I'm innocent of the charges against me. There is no issue of the acts being consensual, there were no acts. However much people try, you can't bend the truth.
"There's no truth in the offences whatsoever. One of the five men I am accused of abusing I have never even met and there is no evidence I ever did meet him."
But Mr Brennan said the only person who thinks King is innocent is "himself".
"He used his position of fame and celebrity thinking victims would not come forward and give evidence against him. But he is wrong," he said.
"The best thing for him to do for the sake of his victims brave enough to give evidence is to just shut up."
Clarence House also issued a statement dismissing King's claims that Prince Charles sent him a letter of support.
A spokesman said King wrote to Charles several years ago and a reply was issued from the office, but not from the Prince.
King is now banned from working with children, must stay at a specified address and not receive visits from anyone under 18 without police permission, his lawyer Giovanni di Stefano said.
"He's a man with talent and talent shines. Many great people suffer what he's suffered and just get on with their lives," he said.
Mr di Stefano said his client intends to write a musical about Cole Porter. King has also promised to campaign for people falsely accused of crimes.
King was charged for offences committed between 1983 and 1989 after an investigation by Surrey Police.
He denied the charges at his trial and has never admitted his guilt.
The former pop mogul said he had been "fascinated" by life in prison.
"You meet fascinating people and get to see the other side of the world, one that you never knew existed.
"Like most people, I had the view that once the prison gate slams shut, hell takes place, but the reality couldn't be further from the truth.
"I have had no complaints at all about my time inside, apart from the food at Broadmoor."