Charles Bronson tells pals not to harm bogus son as it may harm freedom bid

Charles Bronson has told pals not to harm his bogus “son” in case it harms his chances of freedom.

Britain’s most notorious inmate revealed he told six friends on the outside to stand down over targeting George Bamby.

Bronson blames paparazzo Bamby – who has admitted lying about being his “long lost” son – for ruining his parole chances.

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The lag, 70, revealed his request in what is thought to be the first letter he has written since learning he was not being released.

He wrote: “I’m not into all that ‘he said, she said’ b****x. that’s for you keyboard warriors.

“But I’ve had to stop 6 of my good pals from hurting Bamby or it will only reflect on my next
parole review in 2025.”

Bronson added in his fury-filled note to a friend that he had already ­disowned Bamby before he admitted his lies.

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He reckons Bamby’s appearance on the Channel 4 documentary Fit To Be Free? before his
parole hearing last month cost him his freedom.

Bronson said: “Bamby is nothing but a pathological liar”.

Bamby had been claiming since 2017 he used a DNA test to “prove” he was Bronson’s child.

After Bronson’s failed parole bid, Bamby confessed he was lying – boasting he “made loads of ­money” from the stitch-up.

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