Controversial transgender model-turned benefits cheat Chelsey Harwood has been pictured appearing to flaunt her release from jail.
The 29-year-old was sentenced to three months in prison last month after refusing to attend community service she had been handed for falsely collecting £25,000 in benefits.
Now she appears to have been released after just four weeks, and celebrated by posting pictures of herself in a ‘prison branded T-shirt’ online.
Harwood, who appeared in reality show This Is Liverpool, uploaded photos to Facebook of herself looking into a mirror wearing a blue top with ‘HMP Styal’ written on it.
Transgender model Chelsey Harwood has been pictured appearing to celebrate her release from jail by wearing a 'prison-branded' T-shirt
The 29-year-old, pictured outside court earlier this year, was jailed in July after failing to attend community service she was handed for falsely claiming £25,000 in benefits
The model, of Liverpool, had only been sent to jail after refusing to use the bus to go to her community service because she ‘did not want to mix with scallies’ on public transport.
She even yelled ‘send me to jail’ when she was hauled back to court over the matter, with Judge Andrew Menary QC obliging.
Harwood, 29, was given a four-month suspended sentence in April for falsely claiming £25,000 of taxpayers' money.