Inmate says he was forcibly tattooed in jail after being drugged and sexually assaulted – however inquiry hears a really completely different facet to the story
- Yatala inmate claimed he was drugged, sexually assaulted and forcibly tattooed
- CCTV footage allegedly confirmed him boasting about tattoos to different prisoners
- An investigation into the claims – and attainable fabrication – has been launched
A convicted robber who claimed he was drugged, sexually assaulted and tattooed towards his will in jail has allegedly been caught out boasting about his new ink to fellow inmates.
Telephone name recordings and CCTV footage examined by investigators wanting into the alleged incidents – which occurred at Yatala Labour Jail in Adelaide – could contradict the person’s claims.
In keeping with The Advertiser, it’s understood these recordings present the person speaking about and exhibiting off his grotesque tattoos, earlier than he ever complained in regards to the incident on the jail’s infirmary.
Pictured: The ‘horrific’ and derogatory photos etched into the bikie’s pores and skin. He claims he was drugged, sexually assaulted and forcibly tattooed
Workers mentioned the tattoos (pictured) have been amateurish and contained sexually specific imagery
An investigation was launched into the incident, which centered on three males – together with a Hells Angel bikie and two others.
It additionally checked out how a tattoo gun and needles have been smuggled contained in the jail.
It’s now alleged the person could have made up the story and consented to the tattoos – on his thigh, abdomen and chest – so he may later declare compensation, it has been reported.
Check outcomes are anticipated again regarding the claims of sexual assault and compelled drugging.
South Australian Police and Correctional Companies launched the probe after the person’s claims have been made final month.
On the time, the person was in custody awaiting a District Courtroom look for aggravated theft, which he pleaded responsible to.
Initially he obtained a custodial sentence of two years and 10 months, with a non-parole interval of 1 12 months and two months.
Yatala Labour Jail in Adelaide the place the person claimed to have been drugged, sexually assaulted and forcibly tattooed
The inside of a cell at Adelaide’s Yatala Labour jail
However this was suspended and he was issued a brand new sentence, a 3 12 months good behaviour bond.
Beforehand South Australian Correctional Companies chief govt David Brown described the sexual assault and allegations made by the person as ‘deeply disturbing’.
‘When such allegations come up it’s a legal matter with none query and South Australian Police are instantly introduced in,’ he mentioned.
‘Sexual assault companies are introduced into the image and we’re very proactive in gathering proof and supporting police within the work they’re doing.’