Speedboat killer Jack Shepherd moved to a prison segregation unit over fears ‘he’ll be attacked’

SPEEDBOAT killer Jack Shepherd is being kept in the segregation wing of a jail amid fears he could be attacked.

He is on suicide watch and is “intensely paranoid” about his safety.

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Jack Shepherd has been moved to a segregation unit in prison over fears that he’ll be attacked by other prisoners[/caption]

Shepherd, serving six years for manslaughter after ten months on the run, is in Wandsworth Prison, South London.

A source said: “Jack is being kept away from the other inmates, partly for his own safety.”

“He is very high-profile – and that makes him a target for other cons who want to make a name for themselves.

“And Jack has been telling staff he is worried about being attacked – he is intensely paranoid about it.

“However he is being quite well looked after because the authorities want to make sure he is safe.”

Shepherd, 31, killed Charlotte Brown, 24, in 2015 after taking her on his boat to show off on the Thames. Charlotte, of Clacton, Essex, drowned after the vessel hit a log and flipped over.

He was jailed on Friday – and given an extra six months added to his six-year sentence for fleeing.

Judge Richard Marks called his escape to Georgia “as cowardly as it was selfish” – as Shepherd refused to look at his victim’s family.

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Jack is serving six years for manslaughter after killing Charlotte Brown in 2015 as she drowned in his boat that hit a log and flipped over[/caption]

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He was jailed on Friday – and given an extra six months added to his six-year manslaughter sentence for fleeing[/caption]



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