Legendary boxer Danny Green has wished an 'obscenely painful death' on one of two women who murdered an autistic teenager in 2016, after she was attacked in prison this week.
Trudi Clare Lenon, 43, suffered burns to 30 per cent of her body after having boiling water tipped over her in an attack at a women's prison, in Western Australia, on New Year's Day.
Lenon and Jemma Lilley, 26, lured Aaron Pajich-Sweetman, 18, to their Perth home in June 2016 and stabbed him to death, before burying him in a concrete shallow grave in the backyard.
The attack on Lenon drew praise from Green, with the retired world champion taking to Facebook to label her a 'mutt' and 'take his hat off' to the prisoner who carried out the revenge attack.
Danny Green (pictured) has wished an 'obscenely painful death' on Trudi Clare Lenon, one of two women convicted of murdering an autistic teenager, after she was attacked in prison this week
Taking to Facebook on Wednesday (pictured), the champion boxer praised the prisoner who attacked Lenon
'The mutt on the right of screen was badly burnt in jail the other day. Burns to 30% of her putrid body,' Green wrote alongside a photo of Lenon and Lilley.
'Her and the other mutt murdered an innocent 18 yr old stranger who was autistic in absolutely disgusting and horrific circumstances.
'My hat is off to whoever carried out this act... This poor young man. The way his life ended was just incomprehensible.
'I hope you get an infection and die a horrid and slow and obscenely painful death you foul mutt. I'm willing to write what many think.'
Lenon suffered burns to her neck, back, breasts, arms, shoulders and hands and is in a stable condition at Fiona Stanley Hospital.
Green's social media rant quickly gained traction with thousands liking his post and hundreds more giving their own views.
Among them was Aaron's stepmother Veronica Desmond who thanked the boxing champion for speaking out against the women who killed her stepson.
'Thank you for your support Danny. I'm Aaron's mum and life is very difficult now much more than it was,' Ms Desmond wrote.
Trudi Clare Lenon (left), 43, and Jemma Lilley (right), 26, lured Aaron Pajich-Sweetman, 18, to their Perth home in June 2016 and stabbed him