Kieran Loveridge is known as the unofficial face of the Sydney lockouts.

This is because of the one punch coward attack that he delivered to 18-year-old Thomas Kelly, which led to his death in Sydney’s King Cross.

Loveridge was handed a maximum sentence of 13 years and eight months, with no chance of parole until serving a time of 10 years and two months.

Now, Loveridge is in the spotlight again, after it became apparent that the 21-year-old had been engaging in an ‘inappropriate relationship’ with a female guard.

“A female correctional officer has been suspended from duty at Mid-North Coast Correctional Centre after it was learned she had allegedly commenced an improper relationship with an inmate,” the spokeswoman said.

According to the report on The Daily Telegraph, Loveridge has been moved to another correctional centre, Goulburn’s Supermax due to his close, improper relationship with the guard.

Loveridge was also determined to kiss his chances of being considered for parole away recently, when he appeared in court for allegedly attacking a 31-year-old prisoner with another inmate.


Reportedly, the victim received treatment in Kempsey Hospital for facial injuries.

Source: The Daily Telegraph

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