A MONSTER jailed for life for stamping her lover’s baby to death is now a “number one target” in prison, it was reported
Savannah Brockhill been jailed for the life for the murder of Star HobsonCredit: PA
Star’s mum and Brockhill’s lover was also jailed
Star Hobson was subject to brutal physical and emotional tortureCredit: PA
Brockhill has been segregated for her own safety at HMP Styal
Star’s mum Frankie Smith was cleared of murder but convicted of causing or allowing the death of a child.
Medics said Star’s injuries were usually only seen in car crash victims and had been caused by “punches, kicks or stamps”.
Evil Brockhill – who described herself as a “psycho” – was caged for a minimum of 25 years.
Violent bouncer Brockhill is beginning her sentence in women-only HMP Styal in Cheshire, which is made up of 16 Victorian detached houses.
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But other prisoners will lining up to attack her with a shank, a homemade knife or weapon made from everyday items behind bars, it’s been claimed.
“Brockhill has been put in separation in Styal for her own protection,” a source told the MailOnline.
“She’ll be the number one target there. Prisoners will be queuing up to try and shank her.”
The shameless monster laughed, smiled and made a heart gesture to her family when she entered the court for sentencing.
Tragic Star had also suffered a severe skull fracture and several other fractures to her tibia and ribs leading up to the fatal attack in Keighley, West Yorks.
Brockhill waged a campaign of brutal emotional and physical abuse, inflicting “utterly catastrophic” injuries.
Smith, who had split up from Star’s biological dad Jordan Hobson, had an extremely low IQ and was easily manipulated.
Jealous Brockhill warned others: “I am a psycho when it comes to my girlfriend and wouldn’t mind putting anyone in a chair for the rest of their life if they as much as look at her wrongly. Keep safe, don’t message my girlfriend.”
And in a Snapchat video, she told anyone messaging Smith: “If you want to keep your kneecaps, I suggest you stop sending her them. She’s with the number one psycho.”
Passing sentence Mrs Justice Lambert slammed the pair for tarnishing Star’s short life with “neglect, cruelty and injury”.
BRUTAL PHYSICAL AND EMOTIONAL ABUSE
She added: “She was also treated with, at best, callous indifference by you both and, on many occasions, with frank cruelty.”
A safeguarding practice review has been launched into Star’s death, which came just weeks after the horrific murder of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes.
In a chilling echo of the six-year-old’s death, there were five opportunities to save Star but the family’s concerns were ignored by social workers and police.
A powerful victim impact statement was read by Star’s great-grandmother Anita Smith, who had warned social workers: “Do you want another Baby P?”
She told how Star’s smile would “light up a room” and revealed how she “thrived” in the ten weeks she cared for her.
Anita added: “Her death was devastating. Her pain was so unnecessary when we were all here willing to look after her.
“All I want is Star back, I know there is nothing anyone can say or do to change what happened but it doesn’t stop me praying every day.
“I kiss her photo every night and say goodnight Star, and morning beautiful when I wake up.”
Smith was described as having a low IQ and was easily manipulated by Brockhill
A picture shows bruising on Star’s faceCredit: West Yorkshire Police
Star had 15 separate injuries to her head and ten bruises to her legs, ankles, feet and toes
The couple also filmed her crying while stood in front of a wall for ‘punishment’Credit: Facebook
The court was also told Brockhill made her stand against a wall for punishmentCredit: Facebook
The couple both denied murderCredit: Facebook