THE DATING-SITE obsessed mum of tragic Baby P is gunning for a Christmas release from prison.
Depraved Tracey Connelly, 36, will face a parole hearing in November, where she will have to promise to stay off dating sites and stop sending indecent photos of herself in exchange for release in a few months.
Twisted Connelly could be out by Christmas[/caption]
Little Peter died from disgusting abuse in 2007[/caption]
Connelly was jailed in 2008 after she plead guilty to “causing or allowing the death” of her 17-month-old son.
“Baby P,” named in 2009 as Peter, died at the hands of her evil boyfriend, Steven Barker and his brother, Jason Owen in Tottenham, North London, in 2007.
Little Peter died from over 50 injuries after several child service’s officials failed to act following reports of abuse from several doctors who saw the badly bruised and beaten lad.
Connelly was ordered to be held for a minimum of five years and was released in 2013 before being sent back to prison two years later.
The perv had been caught selling indecent photos of herself on internet dating sites.
The Telegraph reported depraved Conelly was “obsessed” with porn and spent hours researching sex on the internet.
Her then boyfriend, Barker, was jailed for 12 years for what the judge said was his “major role” in Peter’s brutal death.
He was released in 2011 but was later recalled to prison.
Conelly will now take lie detector tests and agree to conditions on her movement in exchange for release from prison around Christmastime.
Sun Online reported back in June that sick Conelly had hatched the plan for early release, with a source stating: “Connelly has said she’ll do anything asked of her to win her freedom.
“She’ll take a lie detector test once she is freed, forego access to the internet, live where she’s told – anything to get out of prison.”
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With news that she could now be out by Christmas, a source added: “She believes she is no longer a danger to the public and is hoping to be out by Christmas time.”
Her previous attempts to be released in 2015 and 2017 were both blocked
If the bid fails Connelly will face another two years behind bars.
Connelly walked free in 2015[/caption]
Her then boyfriend, Owen Barker was jailed for 12 years[/caption]
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