LETTERS sent by jailed right-wing activist, Tommy Robinson are not being sent to his wife Politicalite can exclusively reveal.
According to sources, HMP Onley, the prison that Tommy is in has refused to post his letters to his wife and children over fears that they may be shared online.
Our source told us: “I would have thought it’s up to the person who receives letters if they wanna share a letter they’ve received.”
They also revealed that Tommy is locked up 23 hours a day, and calls to his wife are scheduled when his children are at school, meaning he can’t speak to them.
“Tommy is locked up 23 hours a day, he’s allowed a shower and one phone call to his wife at 1-1.30pm, but at that time his little kids are at school – so he cant speak to them and the prison won’t post his letters
He’s being treated worse than a terrorist”
Sources confirmed to Politicalite that Tommy is only allowed out of his cell for a shower each day.
The news comes after Tommy sent a letter to his fans and supporters and revealed details of life inside.
In the letter to the world that Politicalite got an exclusive look at, he said: “Let me share with you part of my wife’s letter I received yesterday.”
He revealed in a letter to fans “The prison removed my wife’s phone number over a week ago so I have not even been able to speak with my children”
Tommy also revealed that his son isn’t coping with his Dads imprisonment and even said he “wanted to do something bad” so he could join his Daddy in jail.
His wife wrote: “School rang me today though before I went to work and said [Redacted] was really upset at school, to be honest he isn’t managing mate. Sam said to him ‘I’m doing a 5k run with my dad’, and [Redacted] said well I can’t do it with my dad and ran off crying.”
“He cries himself to sleep. Sleeps with your pillow and ask me 50 times a day what day is dad coming home? I can’t even give him a rough date yet because you haven’t been give any! Just hope to keep telling him its not for long, nothing will change and he needs to be brave to make you proud. He said to me last night ‘I’m going to go and do something bad so I can be put in jail with dad at least then I will be with him’.”
Tommy said: “I’m not going to lie, reading this broke my heart. The prison removed my wife’s phone number over a week ago so I have not even been able to speak with my children, it also upsets me that in my son’s head he must think his dad has done something bad to end up in prison.”
“Before I sit and feel too sorry for myself I should put it into perspective. I’m away from my family for a short duration. Members of our armed forces’ children must go through this all the time which is why I admire the sacrifices they make, past and present.”
The next event to protest the jailing and treatment of Tommy will be held in Whitehall, London on Saturday, 14th July.