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