Saturday 13 August 2022 12:40 PM Baby rapist Jason Mizner makes outrageous requests: 'Cellmates trigger my PTSD' trends now
A yoga teacher who filmed himself raping a two-year-old has made a string of outrageous complaints about his time in prison while launching a compensation claim.
Jason Daron Mizner, 44, was sentenced to 19 years in jail in 2018 after he pleaded guilty to more than 60 child sex offences relating to a two-year-old girl, from the early 2000s, including more than 30 counts of rape and videotaping the assaults.
The former Yoga teacher assaulted his partner's two-year-old girl repeatedly over three months, while also assaulting the baby of a second woman in Thailand who he also had a relationship with.
After being caught in Thailand, he served 11 years of a 35-year sentence before he was deported and arrested by Australian authorities when he returned to Brisbane.
Now, shocking letters have emerged detailing some of the complaints made by Mizner about his time in jail.
He has launched an anti-discrimination case over his alleged treatment at Wolston Correctional Centre in Queensland, demanding compensation and an apology because he was forced to share a cell.
Mizner claims cellmates flicking light switches or going to the bathroom trigger his PTSD, which comes from the decade he spent in Thai prisons.
Mizner (pictured) had kept a bag of vile recordings of his abuse, names of children and plans for a child exploitation ring before his girlfriend discovered it leading to his 19 year jail sentence, he has since requested a single cell because other inmates trigger his PTSD
Paedophile Jason Mizner (pictured) repeatedly raped his girlfriend's two-year-old daughter and muzzled her when she screamed for help
The pervert previously argued his jail term for relentlessly raping his girlfriend's daughter was 'excessive', despite only receiving 19 years' jail time for the repeated assaults.
Queensland's Sunday Mail obtained his handwritten appeals to the Queensland Human Rights Commission, with one letter telling authorities he couldn't join a shared cell for 'severe PTSD from 11 years in a Thai prison'.
He complained in the letters that he had been told his needs weren't great enough for