Fraudster John Darwin wrote 'sexual' letters to an unemployed woman while his wife was in prison, it has emerged.He told Lorraine Forbes he wanted her to bring a ‘woman’s touch’ to his life after he got out.Women are being forgotten and potentially retraumatised inside Darwin's adult prison, several former prisoners and lawyers who visit the facility say.Stars and Madee, who were both in the prison for drug offences last year, believe the 0 million facility, which opened in 2014, was designed and built for men only.’ said Ms Forbes.‘I probably don’t mean anything to him, there’s definitely nothing between us now. I care about his feelings and I don’t want to upset him.’ In a letter dated February 7, after his release from jail, Darwin said he had no intention of remaining married to his wife of 37 years while a missive from October last year implied he was keen on sleeping with Ms Forbes, who had given him ‘three wishes’ – a meal, a cinema outing or a euphemistic ‘early night’ – when they first met.The convicted conman also wrote of his plans to write books about his crime as he would otherwise be forced to live on benefits.
After all, one does not get a woman pregnant accidentally (no matter what your friends try to tell you) -- there are certain biological procedures that you need to go through, and it is fairly difficult to carry these out accidentally.
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A lack of adequate counselling services has made rehabilitation for many women impossible, the service's lawyer Caitlin Weatherby-Fell said."We see clients who have experienced high levels of trauma on the outside," she said."There's really no programs or services to help them address that trauma prior to their release."Stars and Madee said there were very few jobs in the prison for females."There's like 900 men to 80 women and they get everything," Stars said.
The women said they watched on while the men accessed a range of education and other programs, such as woodwork and metal work, not available to the women."I've seen girls in there for like six years and they're going to be coming out to just nothing," she said.