Jessica Camilleri who beheaded mother is charged with attacking two prison ...

Jessica Camilleri who beheaded mother is charged with attacking two prison ...
Jessica Camilleri who beheaded mother is charged with attacking two prison ...

A woman who was jailed for 21 years for decapitating her mother and leaving her head on the front lawn has allegedly attacked two prison officers while behind bars. 

Jessica Camilleri was found guilty of manslaughter and is being held at the Silverwater Correctional Centre in Western Sydney, after killing her mother Rita on July 19, 2019.

Court documents reveal Camilleri has been involved in two alleged assaults on correctional officers at the prison, one on August 14 and the other on October 10, The Daily Telegraph reported.  

It's alleged she grabbed a handful of a female prison officer's hair on August 14 and yanked it, pulling hair from the officer's scalp. The injury required medical treatment. 

Camilleri was segregated from other inmates as a result of the alleged attack.   

Jessica Camilleri (pictured) is alleged to have attacked two correctional officers at Silverwater Women's Prison in August and October this year

Jessica Camilleri (pictured) is alleged to have attacked two correctional officers at Silverwater Women's Prison in August and October this year 

Camilleri used seven kitchen knives in the attack (pictured, Camilleri's mother Rita), four of which broke due to the force of the attack

Camilleri used seven kitchen knives in the attack (pictured, Camilleri's mother Rita), four of which broke due to the force of the attack

'On October 10 the inmate pulled the hair of another officer and NSW Police were notified. We are providing all available support to the assaulted officers,' a spokesperson for NSW Corrective Services said. 

In April Camilleri faced court for assaulting another inmate after claiming she had been bullied and was being 'targeted' inside because of her manslaughter conviction. 

'They single me out in prison because of the nature of my crime. No matter what I do, no matter where I go other prisoners will make my life a living hell,' she told the court. 

The court heard she had walked behind another prisoner before she grabbed her hair and pulled it in an attempt to vault her out of her seat.

Court documents stated Camilleri, who said she suffers from bulimia, told police she believed the inmate was making fun of her eating disorder. 

Camilleri approached the

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