SERIAL killer Levi Bellfield attempted suicide after getting “stressed” over his treatment in jail.
He claimed bosses refused to pay him for work as his wing’s barber.
Bellfield tried to hang himself in his cell on Thursday night but was spotted by prison officers[/caption]
Bellfield, 53, was also angry that emails from friends were allegedly held back from him and typewriter ribbons were not delivered to his cell.
He tried to hang himself in his cell on Thursday night but was spotted by prison officers.
A source said: “He flipped over his treatment and very quickly tried to end it all.”
The ex-nightclub bouncer — caged for three murders — has been having counselling after being diagnosed with PTSD — and now calls himself Yusuf Rahim.
He is being monitored 24/7 in the healthcare unit at HMP Frankland, Co Durham.
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