Emma Tustin, 32 who found found guilty of murdering, Arthur by force-feeding him salt-laced meals is believed to have had her own food laced with salt by fellow inmates.
The incident is believed to have happened since sentencing whereby salt was thrown at Tustin in Eastwood Park Prison.
The evil stepmother is a convicted child killer after being found guilt of murdering her partner’s six-year-old son.
Emma Tustin, who found found guilty of murdering Arthur is suffering daily threats of violence, daily attacks, meals have been laced with salt and has had salt thrown at her since sentencing. pic.twitter.com/pbt4LWuJdw— Trevor Sherwood (@TrevSherwoodPH) December 6, 2021
Before sentencing and while she was on remand she had already been threatened and had food laced at HMP Peterborough.
During her time here she was threatened and attacked by fellow inmates and will have to be moved to isolation for her own safety knowing that when she is with other inmates again she won’t be safe.
Tustin was jailed for life at Coventry Crown Court on Friday, with a minimum term of 29 years, after being found guilty of murdering the six year old.
During the horrific child abuse that social services failed to protect Arthur from, he was forced fed salt laced meals, and abused, beaten, smacked, punched and tortured by being forced to stand in isolation for up to 14 hours a day, deprived of food, water and of his own room being forced to sleep on the front room floor.
Since Tustin has been remand at HMP Peterborough he has also has “salt thrown at her” by other inmates, but a spokesman for the prison has said “We do not comment on individual prisoners.”
She has also been targeted with salt in her food, and threatened with violence. during a pre-trial hearing in April 2021 her barrister confirmed her client was subjected too “significant and substantial threats”.
And during a hearing on April 15, There was a claim that Tustin was suffering significant deterioration of her mental health, which is being blamed on significant difficulties for her in that she is currently housed in an environment whereby she is not receiving medication and she is receiving real and substantial and real threats and violence”.