The evil mum of murdered Star Hobson has allegedly been receiving letters from sick fans in jail telling her to "keep her chin up."
Frankie Smith was handed an eight-year sentence for causing or allowing the death of a child while her evil lover Samantha Brockhill was jailed for life with a minimum 25-year term.
Now, strangers have been sending the 20-year-old letters, attempting to sympathise with her situation as she and trying to lift her spirits up after she was started her prison sentence.
A source told The Sun: “She’s had quite a few letters telling her to keep her chin up and sympathising with her situation.
“They are from women who said they’d been in similar positions where a controlling partner had led to things getting out of control in their lives.
“The letters have been quite uplifting and have helped Smith feel a little better about herself. She’s also had a few cards, too.”
Star's killer stepmum Savannah Brockhill, 28, was sentenced to life with a minimum of 25 years in prison after being found guilty of murdering the 16-month-old.
Brockhill has since been targeted by some of the inmates at the 486-population prison following news about the campaign of torture she inflicted on the toddler for several months.
Star tragically died from "utterly catastrophic" injuries, which she received at her home in Keighley, West Yorkshire on September 22, 2020.
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Bradford Crown Court heard how the little girl lost 50% of blood from being "kicked or punched", and was found with injuries similar to those of car crash victims.
Prosecutors said her injuries were “caused by a severe and forceful blow or blows, either in the form of punching, stamping or kicking to the abdomen”.
It was reported that five times social workers had visited the sadistic couple, twice with police, but they disregarded complaints and left Star with them a week before her death.
Smith could face a longer sentence for her crime after the Attorney General, Suella Braverman MP, referred it to the Court of Appeal.
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