Thug Arthur Collins moved to prison where inmates learn to be baristasDecember 17, 2023
Ferne McCann’s ex-lover is moved to cushy jail after just six years: Acid thug Arthur Collins sent to HMP The Mount where inmates can learn to be baristas
- Collins, 31, has been moved to the prison as a reward for ‘good behaviour’
Ferne McCann’s violent ex-boyfriend has been moved to a cushy new jail as a reward for ‘good behaviour’, it has been reported.
The former TOWIE star, 33, was pregnant with her daughter Sunday when then boyfriend Arthur Collins threw corrosive acid over a crowd on the dance floor at Mangle E8 in Dalston, within weeks of their pregnancy announcement.
Ferne McCann, 33, was pregnant with her daughter Sunday when Collins launched the brutal attack
He is currently serving a 20-year prison sentence after being found guilty of carrying out the brutal acid attack in 2017, leaving 16 people with serious injuries.
Collins, 31, was previously being held in Category A HMP Woodhill, Milton Keynes, but has since been moved to HMP The Mount in Hertfordshire — which prepares prisoners for release by teaching them barista skills.
Collins, 31, was previously being held in Category A HMP Woodhill, Milton Keynes, but has since been moved to HMP The Mount in Hertfordshire
A source told The Mirror that Collins was moved to the prison for ‘good behaviour’ after just six years.
They said: ‘This is a quick turnaround for someone given 20 years to be in such a sedate Category C prison.
‘He will have the opportunity to be involved with making coffee, which is likely to give him a skill on the outside.’
HMP The Mount provides coffee for ‘Redemption Roasters’, which in turn provides the professional barista training in the prison.
The source told The Mirror: ‘The scheme is aimed at readying people for the outside, which might alarm his victims as he should have 14 years of his sentence left.’
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