A transgender murderer who killed her two babies and stuffed one of their bodies into a Tupperware container is to receive taxpayer-funded breast implants.
Jessica Marie Hann, born Jason Michael Hann, was sentenced to death in 2014 for murdering her 10-week-old daughter, Montana, and two-month-old son, Jason, in 2001 and 1999.
Hann was convicted of murdering the two children after authorities discovered their decomposed bodies in storage units in Arkansas and Arizona.
Reduxx reported that Hann was originally held on death row in San Quentin after her trial, but was transferred to Central California Women’s Facility after she began to identify as female.
After California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered an end to the state’s death penalty, Hann was allowed into the general population and is now reportedly awaiting taxpayer-subsidized breast augmentation, according to the outlet.
Jessica Marie Hann, pictured here, is reportedly awaiting a taxpayer-funded breast implant procedure
Hann was transferred to Central California Women’s Facility, pictured here, after she began to identify as female
In February 2002, Montana’s badly decomposed remains were found in a Tupperware container after being abandoned in an Arkansas warehouse four months earlier.
Mann and his partner Krissy Werntz lived in a trailer at the time and kept Montana’s remains under their bed.
The two then rented a storage unit to store their trailer, which was later auctioned off after the rent went unpaid.
The unit’s buyer later found Montana’s remains when emptying the contents of the container.
Court documents say his hand was visible and his head was completely encased in multiple layers of duct tape.
A Montana autopsy found she suffered skull fractures that were caused by “severe blunt force.”
His left shin had also been fractured, with the Arkansas medical examiner saying it was caused by bending or twisting his leg as “if you wanted to break a pencil”.
This discovery led the police to search across the country for his parents and trace the trailer’s license plate back to Hann.
Born Jason Michael Hann, Hann started identifying as female in 2019, pictured here before his transition
The two were found living in a hotel in Maine with a month-old child named Michael, with police arresting them and taking the child away.
Michael was later placed in foster care and, according to court documents, he was in poor health at the time.
He was later admitted to hospital and it was discovered that he had thirteen rib fractures, as well as fractures to his legs, both knees and one of his ankles.
After a CT scan and MRI, doctors said Michael had also suffered a brain haemorrhage, caused by violent shaking on more than one occasion.
In April 2002, just a day after their arrest in Maine, Mohave County Sheriff’s Deputies searched a segregated storage unit in Lake Havasu, Arizona.
Inside, deputies discovered a storage compartment under a bench that contained Jason’s remains.
Authorities found her body in a black nylon bag, which was wrapped in seventeen plastic trash bags lined with air fresheners.
Mother-of-two Krissy Werntz, pictured here, was sentenced to 15 years to life in connection with the death of her daughter Montana
Jason’s birth certificate and other documents had been left in the trailer linking him to Hann and Werntz.
An autopsy of the remains concluded that he had suffered a broken rib which was consistent with being grabbed and shaken.
In February 2006, Hann was sentenced to 27 to 30 years in prison for her son’s death case, with her daughter’s murder being tried separately.
In 2013, she was later sentenced to death for killing Montana and leaving her remains in the storage unit.
At the time, Hann said he never reported the deaths for fear he and Werntz were wanted for fraud in the state of Tennessee.
Werntz was sentenced to 15 years to life for her daughter’s death, but avoided any charges related to her son’s death.
During her trial, Werntz said she suffered significant coercion during their relationship and that Hann threatened to kill her if she turned herself in to the police.
Werntz was also being held at the California Women’s Facility, but was granted a move after Hann was allowed into the population.