Infamous lag Charles Bronson strikes up close relationship with stunning model

Infamous violent prisoner Charles Bronson has a “close relationship” with a former model and enjoys letters and video calls with her from behind bars.

The lag, who is known for crimes including attacks on other inmates and armed robbery, met Gemma Fernandez in December when she paid a visit to HMP Woodhill, in Milton Keynes.

A source in the prison told The Mirror: “They’re very close. She had her first visit in December. They posed for pictures and everything.”

Gemma, who is in her 30s, said to a true crime YouTube channel the notorious criminal had “reformed” and “cares about people”.

She admitted she wrote to Bronson, 69, after watching actor Tom Hardy play him in 2008 film Bronson.

After police vetted her and Covid rules were relaxed, the pair were granted permission to meet in real life.

“It was his first visit in two years, it was a big, big day,” she explained.

“It was lovely to see him. I gave him a massive hug. He hasn’t had a hug in two years, so it was really, really nice. He was all excited, he took my jacket off, he’s a gentleman.

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“He was supposed to sit in a chair six feet away but apparently he walked into the room before I got there and said, ‘no way, I’m not having that’ and dragged a chair from across the room.

“It was amazing. I thought it was quite a comfortable, cosy setting.”

The friendship comes just four years after Bronson – who now wants people to refer to him as Charles Salvador – married former actress Paula Williamson.

After they divorced, tragic Paula was later found dead with reports saying her lifeless body was found “on top of a bed of cocaine and tablets”.

Gemma added that she was impressed with Bronson's varying skills and claimed she speaks to him nearly every day.

“His talents are endless really,” she said.

“He’s forever creating and he’s hilarious at the same time.”

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