Inside ‘care suite’ at Scottish women’s jail where transgender prisoners are kept

Transgender rapist Isla Bryson could be in the ‘care suite’ of a Scottish women’s jail where inmates share communal spaces including showers and some vulnerable prisoners are so mentally ill they refuse to wear clothes, MailOnline can reveal today.

Bryson, 31, who until 2020 was called Adam Graham, was yesterday found guilty of raping one woman in Clydebank in 2016 and another in Drumchapel, Glasgow, in 2019.

MailOnline can reveal that Bryson is likely to be held in Ross House at the all-female Cornton Vale jail in Stirling where inspectors say trans prisoners are placed with pregnant women and other vulnerable people.

A recent review of care there raised concerns about ‘issues of privacy and dignity for the women’ in a unit where toilets are in cells but ‘showering facilities are communal’. The Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland said they learned of ‘women neglecting their personal hygiene or refusing to wear clothing’.

Critics have said that Bryson should be in a male prison to…

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