Mother and killer of Baby P Tracey Connelly is told by her own daughters that they want nothing to do with her this Christmas, report claims
- Tracey Connelly, 40, was jailed in 2009 for causing or allowing death of her son
- Peter, who was known by the as Baby P, died in north London on August 3, 2007
- The killer mum was released in July this year after the Parole Board ruled
- Her daughters have rejected her attempts to reunite for Christmas
The evil mother of Baby P has been told by her two daughters that they want nothing to do with her this Christmas, a report claims.
Tracey Connelly, who was jailed in 2009 following the death of her 17-month-old son Peter, was released from prison in July. She has in vain been attempting to ‘build bridges’ with her two grown-up daughters since, according to The Daily Star.
However, the pair who were put into foster care when she was imprisoned for the murder of their toddler brother, have refused her wishes to ‘spend Christmas as a family’.
Connelly, 40, has reportedly attempted to call her daughters and has sent multiple letters since her release in hopes of reuniting this Christmas.
Murderer, Tracey Connelly, (pictured) has allegedly attempted to reconcile with her daughter after her release ahead of Christmas, however, they want ‘nothing to do with her’
Known publicly as Baby P, Peter (pictured) had suffered more than 50 injuries despite being on the at-risk register and receiving 60 visits from social workers, police officers and health professionals over eight months
That will not be happening as they have refused her advances, meaning the cruel woman is likely to spend the family holiday alone.
A source said: ‘Tracey is a manipulative person and always had it in her head her children would forgive her.
The killer assumed that once she left prison, she could convince her daughters that she had changed and become a better person, but they do not wish to know her.
The source added: ‘Tracey was looked after in prison. She was seen as a notorious criminal and looked after, because there were so many people that wanted to do her harm for what she did to that poor baby.’
However, without the shelter of prison, she is left to fend for herself and accept the consequences of her actions as no one wants to know her.
Connelly was released in July this year after the Parole Board ruled she was fit to be back in the public
The killer was released in July this year after the Parole Board ruled she was fit to be back in the public.
A Parole Board spokesman had said in a statement: ‘Following the reconsideration application from the Secretary of State, a judge has ruled that the decision made by independent Parole Board members to release was not irrational, as stated in the reconsideration application, and the original decision is upheld.’
However, Connelly has encountered more problems than expected after returning to public life and has been left ‘too scared’ to leave her hostel after a group of angry confrontations with locals who recognised her.
The source added: ‘She wanted a new identity but that didn’t happen and so now she is looking for any links she can make.’
Peter, who was known by the public as Baby P, died in north London on August 3 2007 at the hands of his mother, her lover Steven Barker and his brother Jason Owen.
Baby P, was tortured to death in 2007 by Connelly’s lover Steven Barker (left) and his brother Jason Owen (right) at their home in Tottenham, north London
He suffered more than 50 injuries, which included a snapped spine and eight broken ribs, despite being on the at-risk register and receiving 60 visits from social workers, police and health professionals over the final eight months of his life.
Peter and three other children were sharing the four-bedroom house with their mother, her boyfriend and his brother when he died.
Connelly’s successful parole bid was her fourth since being recalled to jail in 2015. She lost her previous appeal in 2019.