The woman jailed for killing teenage Becky Watts with her boyfriend is “having the time of her life” in prison – with a new lesbian lover.
Cold-hearted Shauna Hoare, 21, was jailed for 17 years last week for the manslaughter of Becky as her partner Nathan Matthews, 28, got a minimum of 33 years for murder.
The evil pair dismembered the body of 16-year-old Becky and stored her remains in a shed in Bristol.
A court heard they were sexually attracted to teenage girls, fantasised about abducting schoolgirls and had a threesome with one of Hoare’s girlfriends.
A former inmate at the prison where Hoare is reportedly jailed has revealed that within days of arriving she hooked up with a prison girlfriend who “protects her at any cost”.
The ex-insider at Bronzefield women’s prison in Surrey – a maximum-security jail – said: “Shauna is having the time of her life in there.
“She has a prison girlfriend who protects her at any cost.
“She should be on segregation and not be allowed to mix with fellow prisoners.”
Another ex-inmate added: “When she first arrived she never wanted to come out of her cell but after she got a girlfriend she started to mix more.
“Now she is in a relationship with someone in the women’s prison.”
Bronzefield is the largest female prison in Europe with over 500 inmates and the only purpose-built privately-run prison for women and young female offenders in the UK.
Hoare is likely to be sharing her day-to-day life with people who have been convicted of murder, assault, and robbery.
It has been claimed she has already been assaulted by another inmate but the Prison Service has refused to confirm the alleged attack.
It has also been claimed Hoare has been given a job working in the prison laundry room.
Hoare admitted to Bristol Crown Court that she “sexually experimented” with another girl when she was just 13 or 14.
She also told the court that she consented to a threesome with Matthews and another woman, although she claimed it had been his idea.
Hoare was found guilty of conspiracy to kidnap, manslaughter, perverting the course of justice, preventing a lawful burial and possessing a stun gun.
She was found not guilty of murder.
Matthews was found guilty of conspiracy to kidnap and murder. He confessed to perverting the course of justice, preventing burial and possessing a stun gun.
The Prison Service refused to comment on individuals.