Controlling Charles Bronson drove wife to edge of suicide from behind bars
Charles Bronsons wife says her controlling husband has been driving her to the edge of suicide.
Britains most notorious prisoner, 65, told Paula Williamson, 37, he was divorcing her after seeing pictures of her with a mans head in her boobs on holiday.
The former soap actress, 37, said through tears that it is time people know the truth of what happened between us.
She told the Sunday Mirror: This relationship has driven me to the brink and I have been so low that I have even thought about taking my own life.
I have been used and controlled from behind bars as he has poked fun at my weight and told me I am an embarrassment.
Paula found out their marriage was over after Bronson got a friend to deliver the news.
She continued: I sat across from him in prison a couple of months ago when I hit rock bottom over the way he was squandering his chances of parole and I showed him scars on my arm from where I had tried to heart myself.
Paula added that she felt like Bronson had chewed me up and spat me out just like he did with the last woman who fell for him.
The couple tied the knot in November last year at high security prison HMP Wakefield, West Yorkshire, in a ceremony attended by just four pals.
They shared a toast with sparkling water before the prisoner was taken back to his cell.
Bronson, also known as Charles Salvador is serving a life sentence and has spent more than three decades locked up.
After seeing the pictures where she claims she dared Connor Boyes, 26, in Tenerife to motorboat her breasts to test whether they were real or fake.
In another image, she was seen cosying up to another man who kissed her on the lips.
She says the incident was just banter and happened in a gay bar.
But on Friday, Bronsons lawyer said it was the last drop and that he wanted to split.
Paula told the publication that she should be the one filing for divorce but that she loves him too much.
Bronson has banned her from visiting him and that hes not allowed to receive phone calls because of his last prison attack.
Paula said: I feel so helpless. I have been left with nothing and the worst thing is that I know everyone is thinking, “I told you so”.