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CALLOUS baby killer Savannah Brockhill received more than £10,000 in legal aid while on trial for the murder of Star Hobson, The Sun can reveal.
But after spending just over four weeks locked up as a convicted murderer, the evil Brockhill has been on a spending spree: splurging £9,000 on diamond-encrusted Rolex watches and showing off her comfy cell.
Callous Brockhill accepted more than £10,000 in cash from taxpayers to help pay legal fees
The former boxer left little Estrella with ‘catastrophic injuries’
The former boxer, 28, was paid £10,290.24 to pay for a lawyer, the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) confirmed to The Sun.
Legal aid, funded by taxpayers, is provided to people who cannot afford representation in criminal trials.
Causes of Death
Star’s mother, Frankie Smith, 20, who was in a relationship with the twisted Brockhill, also received £10,482.01 for the cost of a solicitor, the Justice Department said.
Brockhill was jailed for life with a minimum of 25 years after being found guilty of beating the 16-month-old girl to death.
Doctors said Star’s injuries were usually only seen in car accident victims and had been caused by “punches, kicks, or stomps.”
Tragic Star had also suffered a severe skull fracture and several other fractures to his tibia and ribs leading up to the fatal attack in Keighley, West Yorks.
Brockhill waged a vicious campaign of abuse, inflicting “utterly catastrophic” injuries.
Smith, who ignored his girlfriend’s disgusting abuse, was convicted eight years after being acquitted of murder, but convicted of causing or allowing the death of a child.
During the trial, where the couple spent a total of £20,772.25 of British workers’ money, it was heard how the shameless Brockhill caused little Star unimaginable pain, waging a campaign of brutal emotional and physical abuse.
A Ministry of Justice spokesman said: “The Legal Aid Agency (LAA) records data on legal aid granted at the police station, magistrates’ court or prison in a computer system that does not record all the personal information necessary to allow for people to be conclusively screened. identified.
“Initials and last names are recorded, but not full names or dates of birth. Where possible, we review other related information to confirm that such requests for legal assistance relate to the person named in a freedom of information request to that we may include the information as appropriate, but if we cannot verify that a claim relates to the person named, we may not include it in our response.
“Criminals and defendants do not receive a penny of legal aid, payments are assessed and sent directly to the attorneys and solicitors who represent them to ensure a fair trial.
“Without legal representation, criminals could argue that their trial was unfair and convictions could be overturned.
“Anyone facing trial in Crown Court is entitled to legal aid, subject to a strict means test.
“Depending on their means, criminal legal aid applicants may be required to pay contributions up to the full cost of the defence.”
Now languishing in a comfortable room with garden views and a private bathroom at Styal Prison in Cheshire, the ghoulish Brockhill has a twisted fan club funneling money and goodies her way.
A prison source told The Daily Star Sunday: “It’s a sad reflection on society that some members of the public enjoy writing to a killer like this, and even rewarding her with gifts. Many are from fans.”
“It really is unbelievable, but Savannah is said to love attention and she almost considers herself a celebrity and prison pin-up.”
The self-styled “number one psychopath” also shelled out £9,000 on diamond-encrusted Rolex watches for two of her young nephews.
A former cellmate also said that she had never seen her cry and that she bragged about “burying three more babies” in a sick joke for horrified lags, according to The Sunday People.
And the shameless Brockhill, whose father claims she was unfairly discriminated against because of her traveling heritage, vowed to appeal her conviction.
She will refuse life in prison for her, claiming it was Smith who delivered the fatal blow that killed the baby, the Daily Mail reports.