Married prison officer jailed for sex with female inmate in her cell – and his wife has forgiven him

A hitched jail officer has been imprisoned for having sex with a blonde detainee in her cell.
Amritpal Ahluwalia was given a 15-prison sentence for dozing with 22-year-old Colette O’Flaherty twice at HMP Bronzfield, Surrey.
Even despite the fact that the 31-year-old protect conceded the affair, Guildford Crown Court was told his spouse has pardoned him what’s more, they are ‘back together’.
A judge heard that Ahluwalia what’s more, O’Flaherty started being a tease in 2012 while she was serving a six-year sentence for guns offences.
She worked in the hairdressing salon inside the prison, which holds 600 inmates, what’s more, Ahluwalia to begin with orchestrated to meet her alone there for sex under the affectation she had to gather a few styling content books.
Prosecutor Brian Stork said: ‘Miss O’Flaherty was anxious – she knew what she was doing was off-base yet the respondent was reassuring, telling her it would be all right.
‘Once in the salon, she kissed the defendant. He stripped her what’s more, they had full sexual intercourse.’
Mr Stork said Ahluwalia was ‘very flattering’ as he returned her to her wing what’s more, said ‘how splendid she had been.’
On Eminent 5, 2012, Ahluwalia showed up at the entryway of O’Flaherty’s cell out of hours, where he went inside the room what’s more, had sex with her again.
This time, the prison’s CCTV cameras caught the jail officer entering her cell what’s more, clearing out ‘minutes later’.
Mr Stork added: ‘At the time, he had no authorization or, then again reason to go there. We see him go into the cell. Once inside, he told her to lie on the bed. He kissed her, touched her what’s more, told her he cherished her.’ 
Their relationship was revealed at the point when O’Flaherty trusted in the prison’s rec center instructor, who promptly detailed Ahluwalia to the governor.
That is at the point when the CCTV film was checked on what’s more, confirm of their tryst was exposed.
Ahluwalia, of Cranford, Middlesex, denied the charges yet in the long run argued liable on the to begin with day of his trial.
Mr Stork said the respondent had worked at privately-run Bronzefield since 2009 what’s more, was completely mindful of the rules.

He added: ‘It was completely wrong, it is a noteworthy what’s more, wilful rupture of trust what’s more, it is completely against the law for a jail officer to lock in in sexual intercourse with an inmate, with or, then again without her consent.’
Ahluwalia, whose spouse at first cleared out him after the undertaking came to light, held his head in his hands as he sat in the dock wearing a dark suit.
His guardians what’s more, other noticeable individuals of his Sikh group sat quietly in the open display amid the hearing.
Defence counselor Jemima Ivens said her customer what’s more, his family ‘felt awesome shame’ over his actions, that he figured it out what he had done was off-base what’s more, inquired for a suspended jail sentence.
However, Judge Christopher Critchlow imprisoned him for 15 months, what’s more, said: ‘This was sexual conduct that was consensual be that as it may you ought to not have locked in in it what’s more, you knew that.
‘You were hitched what’s more, pulled in to her. You let yourself get conveyed away and, as a result, this matter came to light. You denied it what’s more, proceeded to deny it right up until the day of your trial.’
The court heard Ahluwalia conferred two further wrongdoings while on bail. Both related to breaks of a non-molestation arrange not to contact his wife, who had cleared out him over his affair.
However, the judge heard the couple had since fixed things up what’s more, were presently back together.
Judge Critchlow said: ‘This relationship ought to never have driven to sexual intercourse. It can have a noteworthy enthusiastic impact on a female prisoner.
‘Because of the nature of a jail officer’s obligations – especially at the point when a male jail officer is utilized in a female jail – this sort of conduct must result in an prompt period of imprisonment.’
Ahluwalia had been due to confront other comparative charges relating to offense with Miss O’Flaherty what’s more, a second inmate, Charlene Nelson, yet prosecutors relinquished them after his blameworthy plea.
The judge told him he would serve half of his sentence some time recently being considered for discharge on licence.

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