Fiend writes filthy let­ters to men from her jail cell


VILE Tracey Con­nelly is still a sex-ob­sessed mon­ster who pens fan­tasy-filled let­ters to men from prison.

And her re­fusal to change her be­hav­iour means her dreams of be­ing out by Christ­mas next year are likely to be dashed.

A decade af­ter ad­mit­ting hav­ing a hand in the death of her son, known as Baby P, she is bank­ing on be­ing freed as soon as she is al­lowed to ap­ply to the Pa­role Board.

But Con­nelly is fac­ing at least a fur­ther three years be­hind bars.

The Daily Star Sun­day can re­veal the board is likely to rule she re­mains a risk to the pub­lic and chil­dren.

That is be­cause 36-year-old Con­nelly – who used to leave son Peter, in­set, un­fed and un­changed in his cot all day while she watched porn – is still hooked on sex.

She is said to write filthy let­ters to a string of pen pals from her cell at HMP Low New­ton, Co Durham.

A prison source said: “She hasn’t changed, be­cause she doesn’t want to change. All she talks about is sex – how much she misses be­ing with a man and what she is go­ing to do when she’s freed. She reck­ons she will be out for Christ­mas next year but it doesn’t seem likely be­cause she’s still the same sex-mad mon­ster.

“Con­nelly has one or two blokes she writes to and her let­ters are all about sex.” Dur­ing a har­row­ing Old Bai­ley trial Con­nelly ad­mit­ted “caus­ing or al­low­ing the death” of her son Peter.

He died af­ter suf­fer­ing more than 50 in­juries at the hands of her pae­dophile part­ner Steven Barker and his brother Ja­son Owen.

Con­nelly was or­dered to be held in­def­i­nitely, with a min­i­mum term of five years un­til “deemed no longer to be a risk”.

She was freed in 2013 but sent back to jail in 2015 af­ter break­ing the terms of her sen­tence by sell­ing porno­graphic im­ages of her­self.

Peter’s hor­rific death shocked Bri­tain. Owen and Barker were found guilty of “caus­ing or al­low­ing the death of a child”. Barker was given 12 years in jail and a fur­ther life sen­tence for rap­ing a twoyear-old girl. Owen was jailed in­def­i­nitely, with a three-year min­i­mum sen­tence. A Min­istry of Jus­tice spokesman said they do not dis­cuss in­di­vid­ual pris­on­ers.

■SOR­DID: Con­nelly pens vile notes to men about her fan­tasies

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