The married Sydney Grammar school teacher jailed for sex with a 17-year-old boy claims she has been threatened by other inmates and separated from her baby girl.
English and drama tutor Bronwen Williams, 35, has been named as the woman at the centre of the long-running scandal after a court order was lifted this month.
Ms Williams fought to keep her identity under wraps, painting a picture of a difficult stint behind bars in an affidavit shown to District Court Judge Paul Lakatos.
Court documents show Ms Williams claimed she 'had been subjected to a number of statements which could be interpreted as threats to her safety'.
Former Sydney Grammar teacher Bronwen Williams, 36, claimed she has faced 'threats' from prisoners while behind bars
The District Court was told Williams (left, right) had sex with the boy in spare classrooms, storage rooms and at her apartment
The court was told she gave birth to a baby girl last month – but was separated from her newborn, her husband’s child.
Williams was refused a place in a mother and child jail program, which could have let her be with her baby full-time at Emu Plains, in Sydney's far west.
In her submission, Williams told Judge Lakatos she feared she would have to be moved into protective custody if her name was made public.
Being transferred would rule her out of the running of the mums-and-bubs program - which she has launched an appeal to enter.
Her evidence included a statement from a psychiatrist that protective