Prison guard sacked 'for romping with lag' boasts about love of other ex-con
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Prison guard sacked 'for romping with lag' boasts about love of other ex-con

A stunning prison guard sacked after allegedly romping with an inmate has boasted about her relationship with another ex-lag – describing him as her “king”.

Melissa Goodwin is accused of bedding prisoner Corey London five times at Australia’s Silverwater jail – before striking up a relationship with ex-con Caleb Valeri.

She described Valeri as a “king” in a loved-up selfie, adding that she was “blessed” to be with him.

She also shared a gym selfie captioned: “He said he loves me thick”.

Valeri’s pals used the comments section to urge him to “wife her up”.

Former prison governor John Hefferman told Daily Mail Australia that goodwill’s posts were “sickening”.

He fumed: “It’s a real kick in the teeth.”

Ms Goodwin has been charged with public office misconduct and engaging in a relationship with an inmate, causing a safety risk at Campbelltown Police Station.

NSW Corrective Services Investigation Unit’s leading officer, Robert Hollows, said Ms Goodwins’ romance with Mr Valeri was only exposed after they received a tip off.

Detective Inspector Hollows said in May: “Last Wednesday we received some information from the Correction Services NSW intelligence unit in relation to an (alleged) inappropriate relationship between a female officer and a male inmate.

“We have confirmed that their has (allegedly) been correspondence between this female officer and the inmate, and as a result she was taken to Campbelltown Police Station today and charged.

“The allegation is that there were five separate sexual incidents… also there was an allegation of contraband being taken into the centre, being tobacco, lighters and chewing gum.”

A spokesperson for Corrective Services NSW said: “It is alleged the officer failed to declare an association with an offender. The matter has been referred to the Corrective Services Investigations Unit.”


Pat Reaves
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