BABY P’s evil mum is said to have begged for extra protection in jail as she fears a deadly knife attack from other lags.
Tracey Connelly has reportedly complained her life is at risk in HMP Low Newton, Durham.
She is said to be terrified prisoners will try to kill her before she is freed from jail – which could happen in weeks after she was cleared for release.
A source told The Mirror: “Tracey Connelly is paranoid that she will be attacked in the wake of the Parole Board’s decision.
“The publicity around her parole has provoked renewed anger towards her in the prison.
"She is a marked woman again after keeping her head down for years."
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The source added: “Tracey believes she will be knifed and is almost afraid to venture out of her cell.”
Connelly was given a minimum of five years in 2009 for causing or allowing the death of her 17-month-old son Peter.
She was released in 2013 and put on lifelong licence – meaning she could be recalled to prison at any point for any breach.
But in February 2015 we revealed how she had tried to cash in on her appalling crimes by flogging nude snaps to perverts online.
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Last week, the abusive mum was given the green light to go free with 20 new licence conditions imposed.
They include wearing an electronic tag, a curfew and having her mobile and web use monitored.
However, Deputy PM Dominic Raab blasted the decision, and has vowed to do everything he can to appeal against it.
Connelly will spend the next few weeks in HMP Low Newton, Co Durham, as her release paperwork is finalised.
If Mr Raab’s appeal fails, she will then move to a bail hostel.
A report on her parole hearing said: “At the time of her offending, risk factors had included Ms Connelly not managing certain aspects of her personality, entering into relationships quickly, prioritising those relationships above anything else, thinking about sex a lot and using sex to help her feel better about herself.
“The panel also considered risk factors to include Ms Connelly’s inability to control extreme emotions, her way of life, her decision making, her low self-esteem, manipulative behaviour, dishonesty, a lack of victim empathy and her difficulties in coping with feelings of anger.”
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The report concluded: “After considering the circumstances of her offending and time on licence, progress made in custody, evidence presented at the hearing and the recommendations of witnesses, the panel was satisfied Ms Connelly was suitable for release."
The Ministry of Justice declined to comment.
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