Britain’s most violent prisoner Charles Bronson to marry bisexual girlfriend
Notorious criminal Charles Bronson is to marry his Coronation Street girlfriend.
The 64-year-old convict proposed in a bizarre ceremony which included singing Frank Sinatra down the phone.
His girlfriend is bisexual actress actress Paula Williamson, who has appeared in the likes of Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Hollyoaks.
Paula, 36, told The Sun: “We are so in love.
“I’ve had relationships with both men and women in the past but none of them come close to my love for Charlie.
“He’s so eccentric, but so am I. It’s a perfect match.”
The Mirror filmed his girlfriend receiving a call from Branson at her home.
The Luton born criminal sang his own version of Frank Sinatra’s My Way, which he had changed to Our Way.
The violent inmate and armed robbery convict sang down the phone “regrets, we have none” to his actress other half.
Bronson has been so notorious for his attacks on prison staff that he’s been moved prison more than 150 times.
His wife-to-be headed to HMP Wakefield, where Branson is currently held, for him to officially propose marriage.
She told The Mirror: “It’s only the fourth time I will have seen him and I know he likes me to look nice.
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“God knows what the other visitors think of me though.”
“I want it all to go to plan because I know that’s what Charlie wants too,” she says as we drop her at the modern concrete block.
“He is not the monster people think he is.”
Bronson was originally convicted for armed robbery in 1974, before committing a string of violent offences on the inside which have led to an increased tarif of 43 years.
He now goes by the name Charles Salvador, in a nod to his favourite artist Salvador Dali.
It’s understood she accepted his proposal of marriage.