The wife of Charles Bronson, former soap star, has claimed that the notorious prisoner is a crying baby and has deceived everyone into believing that he is a "hard geezer" when in reality he is a "frail little old man".
Paula Williamson, 38, married Bronson last year after he proposed Valentine's Day serenading her with a customized version of the classic Frank Sinatra & # 39; My Way & # 39 ;.
But after less than a year, Bronson, 65, vowed to divorce her after a photo of a young man with his head between his breasts emerged during a crazy night in Tenerife.
Paula Williamson, 38, (pictured left) married Bronson last year after she proposed Valentine's Day serenading her with a customized version of the Frank Sinatra & # 39; My Way & # 39;
His estranged wife (in the photo) has now labeled him a "liar" and a "fake" and that people needed to know "the truth" about Branson.
Now Bronson, who is currently serving time at HMP Frankland, County Durham, has been described as "soft" by his estranged wife.
Paula Williamson, 38, told the Daily Star: "Charles Bronson is a liar and a fraud and people need to know the truth.
"He has thousands of admirers who admire him and believe he is a tough gangster guy."
– Well, he's not that hard, if he's a frail old man.
"At his probation hearing he started crying when he discovered he had been rejected." He also sputtered at our wedding, he's soft.
He also revealed that Britain's most famous inmate is no longer as muscular as he once was.
The 38-year-old added: "Charles is no longer an amateur, he's lost lots of muscle mass and his skin is flaccid, I'm glad I never had sex with him.
"He used to visit and spend £ 20 on lunch in the canteen for him." He would make fun of eight cakes in a row and then go back to his cell for dinner.
Bronson first struck up a relationship with Miss Williamson, who also had roles in Emmerdale and Hollyoaks, in 2013 after they began writing with each other.
They continued writing while Bronson was engaged to his ex-partner Lorraine Etherington in 2015.
Charles Bronson in the photo outside the prison in 2001, was locked up for armed robbery in 1974
The couple married last November at HMP Wakefield, (pictured: the bride covered with a sheet) where Bronson was detained.
Paula Williamson arrives at Wakefield Prison to marry Charles Bronson in November 2017
Paula Williamson said that after the Bronson probation hearing she started crying and also broke down crying and her wedding
The previous couple finally met for the first time in November 2016 when Williamson visited him at HMP Wakefield.
They got married in November of last year and walked down the hall to the March of Death.
In April of this year, Williamson admitted that they faced problems in their marriage, and said that she had been shaken by Bronson's bad behavior and the strange demands.
According to reports, Bronson ordered her to stay slim doing 400 squats a day while saying, "Do not get fat."
In August, the former star of Coronation Street, had an apparent exaltation of her ex-husband by writing & # 39; Ya b ***** d & # 39; on his arm with a pen and drew his famous mustache next to her.
In recent years, Bronson has dedicated himself to art and changed his surname from Bronson to Salvador in homage to the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí.
Paula Williamson, the wife of prisoner Charles Bronson, is located in Downing Street, London, after delivering a petition to number 10, in support of her husband's release from prison
Who is Charles Bronson?
Bronson, whose real name is Michael Peterson, was locked up for armed robbery in 1974, but during his time in the interior he has taken hostages in 10 prison sites, attacked at least 20 prison officers and caused £ 500,000 in protests in the roofs.
In 1999, he received a life sentence after taking prisoner Phil Danielson as a hostage at HMP Hull after he criticized one of his drawings.
Bronson, who does 2,000 push-ups per day, tied a jump rope around the teacher's neck and carried it like a dog. while holding a knife and a broken bottle in the throat before releasing it after 44 hours.
Bronson, in the photo, now claims to be a "changed man" and has passed several courses on reducing violence in jail and is appealing against his life sentence.
He now claims to be a "changed man" and has passed several courses on reducing violence in jail and is appealing against his life imprisonment.
He has been imprisoned most of the past 43 years, 37 of which have been in solitary confinement.
In recent years, he has dedicated his hand to art and has changed his surname from Bronson to Salvador in homage to the Spanish surrealist artist Salvador Dalí.