http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20162980 The estate of television presenter Jimmy Savile has been frozen in response to the sex abuse claims made against him, NatWest bank says. The bank, which is acting as the late DJ's executor, said: "Given the claims raised, distribution of the estate has been put on hold." Savile's estate is thought to be worth about Â£4m. Lawyers representing alleged victims welcomed the decision. They are planning to sue for damages. The Financial Times reports that it has obtained a copy of Savile's will, which left his savings and other assets to 26 separate beneficiaries. Written in 2006, the FT reports, it instructs that Â£20,000 in cash was to be shared between 20 of his friends, family and neighbours. It says a further Â£600,000 was to be put into a trust fund, with the interest shared between eight people. The remainder, just under Â£3.7m before expenses, was to be held by NatWest on behalf of the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust, the newspaper said.