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‘I keep getting letters with my ‘dead name’ on’: Transgender double rapist’s extraordinary rant from prison as it emerges ‘sex predator demanded £5,000 payout after BT ‘called convicted pest a man”
Trans double rapist Isla Bryson demanded a £5,000 payout from BT after they called the convicted sex offender a man, a report claimed.
The telecoms company reportedly addressed letters to the 31-year-old criminal by former name, Adam Graham.
Bryson then demanded the £5,000 payout over the ‘second class citizen’ treatment, in a letter written from prison almost a year ago in an extraordinary rant about the ‘ordeal’.
The rapist – who was convicted at the High Court in Glasgow – is said to have written, ‘I have been asked them to change my name for almost a year but I keep letters with my dead name on it,’ in a letter to the Sun’s Scottish office.
Isla Bryson, 31, (right), who was born Adam Graham (left), was convicted of raping two women while a man
Bryson reportedly complained that BT were ‘still addressing me as Mr’ after sending then ‘proof of my gender identify’.
The prisoner reportedly said they eventually got an apology and an offer of £140 in compensation, but rejected the offer saying ‘I’m so so sick of being a second class citizen’.
Bryson reportedly claimed the issue had a ‘seriously emotional effect on me’ and instead demanded a whopping £5,000 in compensation – but complained that lawyers ‘just won’t take my case’.
Bryson was originally sent to all-female prison Cornton Vale, but the sex offender – who raped two women while living as a man – was later moved out after furious backlash.
Bryson, named Adam Graham until 2020, was removed to a male wing of a prison on Thursday afternoon.
A vehicle believed to be transporting Bryson was pictured leaving Cornton Vale jail in Stirling at around 2.30pm and it arrived at a replacement facility at 5.20pm.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon revealed the U-turn just 24 hours after her own justice secretary Keith Brown backed the Scottish Prison Service’s decision to put the transgender double rapist with female inmates in Cornton Vale.
Bryson’s estranged wife Shonna Graham, 31, told MailOnline her former partner’s transition was a ‘sham for attention’ and he was ‘bull******** the authorities’ to avoid a male prison. Critics said the rapist was a threat to female inmates.
A prison van believed to be transporting Isla Bryson to a men’s prison was pictured leaving Cornton Vale women’s prison in Stirling at 2.30pm on Thursday afternoon
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed Isla Bryson will not remain in a women’s prison while speaking to the Scottish Parliament on Thursday
It comes after Nicola Sturgeon was condemned for a ‘disgusting and desperate’ attack on her gender reform critics after she called them homophobic and racist.
The First Minister claimed some politicians have used the issue of women’s rights as a ‘cloak’ to cover up their transphobia and claimed they are also misogynistic, often homophobic and sometimes racist.
Opponents accused her of using ‘baseless’ attacks rather than engaging with those who oppose her Gender Recognition Reform (Scotland) Bill.