Charles Bronson tells ex-wife he will walk free from jail this week

Charles Bronson tells ex-wife he will walk free from jail this week

‘Britain’s most violent prisoner’ Charles Bronson tells his ex-wife he is confident he will walk free from jail this week

  • Charles Bronson, 70, was 22 when he was jailed for armed robbery in 1974
  • His ex wife Irene Dunroe said Bronson told her he will not be in jail much longer
  • Read more: Charles Bronson rants about being on parole in prison interview

Dangerous prisoner Charles Bronson has allegedly told his ex-wife he is confident he will walk free from jail this week. 

Having been locked away for almost 50 years, 70-year-old Woodhill inmate Bronson will hear later this week whether his latest bid for freedom has been successful. 

According to The Mirror, Bronson told his ex-wife Irene Dunroe that he only expects to be in jail for a short time before he is freed, under curfew and with an electric tag. 

Ms Dunroe, who still calls Bronson by his former name Mick Peterson, said: ‘A Bentley car is going to come and pick him up when the day comes. 

‘It’s going to take him straight to the greasiest spoon cafe he can find so he can have a double breakfast of everything – double sausage, double egg.’

Having been locked away for almost 50 years, 70-year-old Woodhill inmate Charles Bronson will hear later this week whether his latest bid for freedom has been successful

Bronson apparently told his ex-wife Irene Dunroe (pictured) that he only expects to be in jail for a short time before he is freed, under curfew and with an electric tag

Ms Dunroe said the pair have joked that Bronson could live in her garden shed.

In February, the criminal, who was 22 when he was first jailed in 1974 for armed robbery, asked parole chiefs to let him out despite admitting nine rooftop protests, as well as 11 hostage sieges.

Bronson suffers from PTSD because of his ‘brutal’ treatment in prison, a hearing was told. 

Ms Dunroe said: ‘Mick is not a terrorist, rapist or murderer or paedophile. His crimes of violence are because he was getting violently treated.’

She added that the criminal has stab wounds all over his back, and one attack left him near death and on life support.  

The criminal was 22 when he was first jailed in 1974 for armed robbery

Bronson wants to pursue a career as an artist when he gets out, according to Ms Dunroe. 

‘He is not going to cause any trouble. He’s too old,’ she said. 

It comes after Charles Bronson said he would be ‘on very thin ice’ if he was ever let out of prison, because of the restrictive nature of parole conditions.

In an interview from behind bars, the 70-year-old slammed the limitations put on released prisoners and said he would hate wearing a ‘f*****g tag’ because he would struggle to have a shower.

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