Charles Bronson, Britain's most dangerous prisoner, said he was shocked and upset & # 39; is after his ex-wife Paula Williamson was found dead at the age of 38.
Former actress Coronation Street was discovered this morning by her new partner in her house in the Sneyd Green area of Stoke-on-Trent.
Bronson reportedly spoke of death with his best man Rod Harrison at HMP Woodhill in Milton Keynes, reports the Mirror.
Her cause of death was not disclosed, but the police are not treating as suspicious.
Miss Williamson married Britain's most violent prisoner in HMP Wakefield in West Yorkshire in November 2017, with Bronson enthralled the guard for two hours during the ceremony.
But their relationship soon fell apart and Bronson, 66, was indignantly left behind by a picture of the actress with the head of a man in her breasts on vacation in Tenerife.
The couple's marriage would be canceled in June, a process that normally takes two weeks, but it is not clear whether it went ahead before her death today.
Paula Williamson (photo), ex-wife of Charles Bronson, was found dead in her house at the age of 38. She previously played in Coronation Street, Hollyoaks and Emmerdale, before meeting Bronson in prison in 2016
Bronson, pictured at the High Court in London in 2001, has said he & # 39; is shocked and upset & # 39; is after the death of his ex-wife
Miss Williamson has a card with a picture of Charles Bronson on the front in July 2017
Miss Williamson (centered) appears in Emmerdale. She also played in Hollyoaks and Coronation Street
The death of Miss Williamson comes just days after Bronson has revealed plans to marry the new love of his life called & # 39; Joan & # 39 ;.
Britain's most violent prisoner said he would marry the 63-year-old after he left prison so that they & # 39; two old people together & # 39; can be.
Paula Williamson when she was Charles Bronson's fiancé in 2017, trying her wedding dress
Miss Williamson went further and reportedly moved in with her new partner a few weeks ago.
The new partner noticed she was not breathing and called an ambulance, the Such a.
A police statement said: “A woman from Stoke-on-Trent who was found dead this morning has been named as Paula Williamson, 38 years old.
& # 39; Paula's body was found around 7 o'clock in a house on Gordon Avenue, Sneyd Green.
& # 39; A post mortem will take place to determine the cause of death, but death will not be treated as suspicious.
& # 39; A report is now being prepared for the corpses. & # 39;
Miss Williamson appeared on Coronation Street several times between 2008 and 2012 and played as a nurse.
She also had parts in Hollyoaks, as a doctor in 2012, and this year appeared in a comedy called Yardies, which is yet to be released.
She played with Emily Watson and Dominic West in the film Appropriate Adult, which was about the search for serial killers Fred and Rose West.
About the relationship with Bronson in June this year, Miss Williamson said earlier: & # 39; It's sad. It is never fun and I have left nothing behind. I lost all my work because I married this man, as well as family and friends.
& # 39; I don't believe in mistakes or regrets. Everything happens with a reason. I have done my best for him and we remain friends. & # 39;
She added: & # 39; If I wanted to raise my profile, I wouldn't do it by marrying Britain's most infamous prisoner. That would destroy my career – and it worked. & # 39;
The death of Miss Williamson comes just days after Bronson has revealed plans to marry the new love of his life called & # 39; Joan & # 39 ;. Pictured: Miss Williamson and Bronson
Paula Williamson appeared several times on Coronation Street (photo) and played nurse
Paul Williamson (pictured left) was found dead in a house in Stoke-on-Trent. She married Charles Bronson (depicted in his younger days) in 2017 in a prison chapel
Bronson, 66, was furiously left behind by a photo of the actress with the head of a man in her breasts on vacation in Tenerife, and the couple would annul their marriage
How prison letters led to Britain's most unlikely marriage
Charles Bronson was imprisoned in 1974 for armed robbery, but added time to his sentence for multiple violent outbursts inside.
He is currently serving a life sentence for theft and kidnapping in the Wakefield prison
Paula Williamson began exchanging letters in 2013 with Bronson – Britain's most violent prisoner.
Continuing to write while Bronson was engaged in 2015 with his former partner Lorraine Etherington.
The former couple met for the first time in November 2016 when Williamson visited him at HMP Wakefield.
He introduced her to Valentine's Day 2017 by giving her a serenade with a personalized version of the Frank Sinatra classic My Way from a phone booth in prison.
They married in November 2017 and walked down the aisle to the Death March.
In April 2018, Williamson admitted that they had problems with their marriage, which they said were startled by Bronson's bad behavior and bizarre demands.
Allegedly, Bronson was instructed to stay slim by doing 400 sit-ups a day because he told her: & # 39; don't get fat & # 39 ;.
Last week it turned out that Bronson was looking for a divorce after he & # 39; humiliated & # 39; felt through photos of his wife during a night out on Tenerife.
The couple sought a marriage annulment in June of this year
The marriage never took place, and trade unions in England and Wales may be canceled if newlyweds have not had sex since they made the knot.
Miss Williamson has therefore requested the marriage to be annulled on those grounds and Bronson, who is now at HMP Woodhill in Milton Keynes, agreed in June.
The couple had a tumultuous relationship and often made headlines.
They first began exchanging letters in 2013 and continued to write while Bronson was engaged in 2015 with his former partner Lorraine Etherington.
They finally met in 2016, and Bronson introduced her later in 2017 by approaching her with a version of the Frank Sinatra classic My Way from a phone booth in prison.
They married in November 2017 and walked down the aisle to the Death March.
In April 2018 Ms. Williamson admitted that they were in trouble after numerous foreign demand.
Allegedly she had been instructed by Bronson to stay slim by doing 400 sit-ups a day because he told her: & # 39; don't get fat & # 39 ;.
Shortly thereafter, a furious Bronson crashed on Miss Williamson after photos emerged that she was intimate with men on a night out with a drink.
Paula had been on holiday in Tenerife in a gay bar when one of the men she was partying with dared to put his face in her cleavage and forced her to get caught on camera.
In the furious frenzy, Bronson labeled her a & # 39; drunk cake & # 39; and said: & # 39; Without booze I loved her. But she chose alcohol instead of me. & # 39;
He also wrote to a friend and said: & # 39; I don't need any trouble and fight (wife). She never had an idea!
& # 39; I loved her without drinks. But she chose alcohol instead of me. & # 39;
He added: & # 39; Life goes on. It doesn't stop for anyone. Nice while it lasted. Now damn it. & # 39;
Paula Williamson admitted she has a drink and prescription drug issue in 2018
Miss Williamson was found dead in her house in the Sneyd Green area of Stoke-on-Trent (photo, the street where she lived)
Miss Williamson shed tears in an appearance on Loose Women shortly after Bronson saw the image and admitted that she has a drink and prescription drug problem.
Paula Williamson's acting career
Paula Williamson studied theater at Manchester Metropolitan University and graduated in 2005.
She then played between 2008 and 2012, three times an unnamed nurse in Coronation Street.
She also had roles on soap operas Hollyoaks and Emmerdale.
Miss Williamson also played in two episodes of the mini-series Appropriate Adult in 2011, where she played Kirsty Stephens.
She will also appear in Yardies, a short which is currently in pre-production.
A statement from Bronson said: & # 39; Paula has not respected me, my mother and especially herself. I cannot accept that kind of behavior from someone who should be my wife. & # 39;
In response, Miss Williamson said that her addictions should & # 39; cease & # 39; and that she had humiliated him & # 39; before she honored Bronson, now known as Charles Salvador, because he had shown her that she had a problem.
She said: & # 39; I have an alcohol problem, I have a drug problem, a drug problem. I've had it for years. I know I did that.
& # 39; Every ruined thing I've done for a long time is alcohol and it has to stop. It must stop and he made me realize that. & # 39;
Bronson is one of the most notorious prisoners in the country and has been imprisoned for a series of violent crimes for most of the past four decades.
In recent years he has turned his hand to art and changed his last name from Bronson to Salvador as a tribute to the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dali.
He first started a relationship with Miss Williamson, who also had roles in Emmerdale and Hollyoaks, in 2013 after they started writing to each other.
Bronson had previously said he wanted to have children with Miss Williamson and claimed that he was the & # 39; best father in the world & # 39; would be.
He was first imprisoned for armed robbery in 1974, but during his time inside, he held hostage in ten prison siege and attacked at least 20 prison officers.
Last November, he was acquitted of attempting to seriously damage a prison governor after being accused of putting the man's eyes out at HMP Wakefield.
Life and times of Charlie Bronson, the man called & # 39; Britain's most dangerous prisoner & # 39;
Charles Bronson, whose original name was Michael Gordon Peterson, was born in Luton, Bedfordshire, in 1952.
From a young age, Bronson indulged in petty crime and joined a gang of four robbers at the age of 13.
He received a number of suspended sentences and sentences until he was first sent to prison for armed robbery in 1974 for seven years at the age of 22.
In Walton Gaol he randomly attacked two prisoners and was sent to Hull the following year.
In the following years, Bronson continued to attack other prisoners, adding months to his sentence and switching between prisons.
At HMP Wandsworth, he tried to poison another prisoner, sending him to Parkhurst's psychiatric institution, where he became friends with the infamous Kray twins.
He described the couple who ruled the East End of London in the 1950s and 1960s, even as & # 39; the best two boys I have ever met & # 39 ;.
Again, he continued to attack other prisoners, threaten police officers, hold people hostage and even try suicide while being moved from prison to prison.
In 1982 he carried out a roof protest on Broadmoor, removing tiles from the top of the building. Over the years, he participated in a number of protests that caused hundreds of thousands of pounds of damage.
He was released in 1987, and started boxing in the East End of London, and changed his name to Charles Bronson after the actor.
After only 69 days of freedom he was put again imprisoned for armed robbery in 1988.
In 1989 he created a spear from a broken bottle and a broomstick and became naked.
Three years later he was released – this time 53 days outside prison. He was arrested for plotting to rob.
In 1993 he took a librarian hostage and asked the police to give him a cup of tea, a helicopter and an inflatable doll.
Three years later, he held two Iraqi prisoners in Belmarsh and demanded a plane, machine guns, and ice from police negotiators before they were released.
He was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1999 for taking Phil Danielson's hostage and destroying the prison in a 44-hour siege.
In 2001 he married Fatema Saira Rehman and converted to Islam, demanding to be known as Charles Ali Ahmed. After they were divorced four years later, he abandoned religion.
In 2014 he changed his name to Charles Salvador, to Salvador Dali.
Bronson and Paula Williamson met in 2016, and Bronson introduced her later in 2017 by approaching her with a version of the Frank Sinatra classic My Way from a telephone booth in prison.
They married in November 2017 and walked down the aisle to the Death March. They canceled their marriage in June 2019.
In total, Bronson taken hostage in ten prisons and at least 20 prison officers attacked.
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