Britain: Prison guard who swapped homemade porn with armed robber is jailed herself


Ayshea Louise Gunn, 27, fell in love with prisoner Khuram Razaq and contacted him more than 1,200 times while he was behind bars at Berwyn prison in WrexhamPrison officer Ayshea Louise Gunn has been jailed over her relationship with the prisoner (Image: Facebook)

By: Steve Bagnall/Mirror uk

A prison officer who swapped sex videos with an armed robber while he served time is now behind bars herself.

Ayshea Louise Gunn, 27, has been jailed after her four-month fling with inmate Khuram Razaq was discovered.

The pair exchanged inappropriate videos and pictures, some of which were streamed over the internet, while the prisoner was serving time in Berwyn prison in Wrexham.

Gunn, who has a degree in criminology and psychology, had fallen in love with Razaq after her fellow prison officer partner was found to be having an affair.

The pair exchanged inappropriate videos and pictures, some of which were streamed over the internet, while the prisoner was serving time in Berwyn prison in Wrexham.

 

Gunn, who has a degree in criminology and psychology, had fallen in love with Razaq after her fellow prison officer partner was found to be having an affair.

She contacted the prisoner more than 1,200 times via three separate phone numbers, and smuggled items into the prison for him, reports the Daily Post.

One of the images of the prison officer and the inmate police found on a phone (Image: © Mersyside police/Andrew Price / View Finder Pictures)

Some of the calls were made via a third party in Birmingham in order to cover her tracks, and on other occasions she pretended to be someone else when calling the phone in his cell.

Gunn bought him clothes, placed bets for him and brought a smartwatch into the prison for him to use, and he gave her £1,500.

Mold Crown Court heard she had been on a training course when she started the job, and would have known fully that what she was doing was wrong.

She had a relationship with armed robber Khuram Razaq

                         Ayshea Louise Gunn is now behind bars herself

Prosecutor Simon Mills said: “They were both using mobile phones to send explicit sexual videos and stream live footage of themselves.”

Razaq, 29, was serving 12 months for conspiracy to rob.

Defense barrister Peter Hunter said Gunn, of Johnstown, Wrexham , had not got involved with Razaq for financial gain.

She had become depressed and was “at the bottom in her world”, he said, adding: “Somebody showed her affection and she stupidly accepted.”

Gunn on her way to prison after leaving Mold Crown Court (Image: © Andrew                                                    Price / View Finder Pictures)

Judge Niclas Parry, sentencing Gunn after she admitted misconduct in a public office between July and November last year, said the images were “highly sexualised and pornographic images” created “at significant risk”.

He jailed her for 12 months.The 27-year-old will appear before the court on December 23

           The 27-year-old had contacted the inmate more than 1,200 times                                                                     (Image: Facebook)

Once she was sentenced, Razaq, now of Buckley Farm Prison, Rochdale, was also given another eight months by Judge Parry.

He admitted two charges of possessing a specified item inside a prison, namely a mobile phone, between August 27 and November 10 2018.

The prison officer has now herself been put behind bars (Image: Facebook)

He also admitted possessing a specified device capable of transmitting or receiving images, sounds or information, namely a Garmin smartwatch, on November 2018.

                     The court heard he had six convictions for 13 offences

That record included a 10-year sentence for armed robbery, assault and possessing a prohibited article in prison, but was using his time to try to get his life together when he came out.

Judge Parry said: “Mobile phone possession is a serious crime in prison, they are used for corrupt purposes and are an epidemic threat to the prison order.

“They can be used to bully prisoners, order drugs or intimidate witnesses outside.”

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