By Daniel Piotrowski for Daily Mail Australia
Published: 04:20 BST, 18 September 2020 | Updated: 04:20 BST, 18 September 2020
A female prison guard accused of sex with an inmate has had her love affair with another ex-prisoner apparently end in tears - with the rapper accused of punching her and threatening to stomp on her head.
Melissa Goodwin's former flame Caleb Valeri, 23, appeared before a western Sydney court on Friday charged with assaulting and stalking or intimidating Goodwin.
Goodwin was stood down by Corrective Services NSW over a separate romance with a third prisoner, Corey London, earlier this year.
Afterwards, she began a relationship with ex-inmate Valeri, who she shared gushing social media posts about, describing him as 'my world, my king'.
But wannabe rapper Valeri allegedly punched Goodwin in the face about 3pm on August 31, Penrith Local Court was told during a bail hearing on Friday.
Police have taken out an AVO for the protection of Melissa Goodwin (left), with Valeri charged with assaulting and stalking or intimidating her about 3pm on August 31
Goodwin shared a series of gushing posts about the couple earlier this year - saythe couple at the gym together earlier this year, saying: 'He said he loves me thick'
Goodwin described her ex-con lover as 'king' and 'my world' on Instagram previously but their relationship has now allegedly taken a disturbing turn
Police prosecutor Brian Johnson said Goodwin was 'crying, her hands were shaking profusely' when officers attended her home in Ingleburn on August 31.
Officers noted there was a 'large red mark on her left cheek' and described her as 'visibly upset', Mr Johnson.
AVO documents tendered in court earlier this week and detailed