Prison officer quits her job amid claims she had a fling with burglar she was guarding

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Prison officer quits her job amid claims she had a fling with burglar she was guarding

A PRISON officer quit her job while being investigated for an alleged fling with a lag she was guarding.

Mum-of-two Tina Hamilton, 31, resigned during a probe into claims that she had fallen for burglar Perry Middlemass behind bars. Ray Collins – The Sun Tina Hamilton quit her job as a prison officer during an investigation where it was claimed she had a fling with a lag But The Sun can reveal she has seen the thief, 23, after leaving her job and even visited him in jail on Valentine’s Day.

Last night Tina insisted she quit over “childcare issues” and denied misconduct. She said she was pals with Middlemass as she had “worked” with him at HMP Wandsworth in South West London.

A source said: “The investigation related to an allegation of an inappropriate relationship between Tina and a prisoner. She resigned before it concluded.”

Jail chiefs launched a probe last December after reports of inappropriate behaviour in a cell. Perry Middlemass is the lag Tina is accused of having a fling with Ray Collins – The Sun The mum-of-two visited the 23-year-old burglar in jail on Valentine’s Day andshe was pals with Middlemass as she had “worked” with him at HMP […]

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