Malin Andersson’s violent ex back in prison after breaking license conditions

Malin Andersson violent ex back in prison after breaking license conditions (Image: Getty, Instagram/missmalinsara)

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Malin Andersson 's violent ex Tom Kemp has been sent back to prison after he broke his licence conditions.

The 28-year-old's former partner was jailed in September 2020 after Malin was left with broken bones and bruises following an assault by her violent ex.

However, Tom was released from jail after three months upon the condition that he would serve the rest of his term on Home Detention Curfew.

This week, Tom was sent back to prison after he failed to adhere to the rules he was given by the court while serving his sentence in the community.

A Probation Service spokesperson said: “Those on licence face strict conditions and can be returned to custody if they breach them.”

Malin Andersson's ex was jailed in September 2020
(Image: Malin Andersson/Instagram)

Malin Andersson's ex-boyfriend was sent to prison after assaulting her
(Image: Can Nguyen/REX/Shutterstock)

However, a source has revealed to The Mirror that he has only been sent back to prison for one week.

Speaking to The Mirror, a source revealed that Malin was 'concerned' that Tom had only been sent back to prison for a short period of time.

“Malin was glad to hear that Tom had been sent back to prison for breaching his license conditions, but to learn that he only returned for a week due to his sentence coming to an end concerns her," a source told us.

They added: "She feels that far too often the justice system fails survivors of domestic violence and ultimately believes that this contributes to the reason why perpetrators continue to abuse”

Malin has been open with her followers about recovering from being in an abusive relationship, however, the attack left Malin battling PTSD.

Tom Kemp admitted to attacking Malin Andersson

Last year, she told in an emotional online post of being “hit, pushed, kicked, scratched, spoken down to, controlled, manipulated, cheated on, and so much more”.

Kemp attacked her because she wanted to stay out partying with her friends. Badly bruised Malin, who had to be treated for a broken hand, told a friend at the time: “I couldn’t move for about two weeks.”

Kemp accused Malin of lying before he admitted to the assault and he was jailed at Aylesbury Crown Court in September 2020.

However, in December it was reported that Kemp had been released on condition that he spend the rest of his sentence on Home Detention Curfew.

Malin is said to be concerned that Tom was only sent back to prison for a week
(Image: missmalinsara/Instagram)

Speaking about his release at the time, Malin told her Instagram followers that the "justice system if f*****" as she responded to the news.

"'There's been some news out today and I keep getting messages on it. I'll address it tomorrow," she said on her profile over Christmas.

"It's not the best, but we move. We f***ing move. And this is why the justice system is fucked. But I'll address this tomorrow. Sending you all love."

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