Prison nurse who told inmate she wants to 'sh*g like f***' in filthy jail letters is struck off | The Sun

A PRISON nurse who told an inmate she wants to "sh*g like f***" in a string of raunchy letters has been struck off.

Disgraced Cheryl Sutclife said she "couldn't wait to get her hands" on the lag who was locked up in HMP Leeds in West Yorkshire.

The former mental health nurse also let a prisoner kiss and touch her at the Category B men's jail in May 2018.

She resigned just weeks after she was suspended following an investigation.

The prison probe alleged that Sutcliffe regularly went into patients' cells and closed the door to engage in flirtatious behaviour.

But after standing down from her position, she began penning a series of "sexually motivated" letters to one inmate.

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Sutcliffe sickeningly wrote: "I can’t wait to get my hands on you you naughty little f****r.

"And if you started s******g a nurse in there I'd be well f****d off haha I’d want to kill you, although I wouldn’t say owt, but I don’t want you doing owt like that before I’ve had a chance to get my hands on you.

"Then me and you are going and all we are going to do is just shag like f**k! I can't wait."

The ex-nurse even sent a photo of herself as part of a "jail-mate card" to the same prisoner.

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The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) ruled to strike Sutcliffe following a three day hearing last week, which she failed to attend.

The panel noted she had "breached professional boundaries" and "abused her privileged position".

The NMC said of its decision: "When determining whether Miss Sutcliffe had breached professional boundaries, the panel noted Miss Sutcliffe’s written submissions that she began developing feelings for Prisoner M whilst she was working at the prison.

"The panel was of the view that Miss Sutcliffe’s actions did fall very significantly short of the standards expected of a registered nurse, and that Miss Sutcliffe’s actions amounted to clear breaches of the 2015 Code.

"The panel appreciated that breaches of the code do not automatically result in a finding of misconduct.

"However, the panel reminded itself that after the first incident with Prisoner A in May 2018, Miss Sutcliffe was suspended and received training and guidance in relation to appropriate behaviour within a prison setting.

"Despite this, Miss Sutcliffe subsequently breached professional boundaries with Prisoner M.

"The panel determined that on both occasions Miss Sutcliffe abused her privileged position and that her behaviour had the potential to adversely affect the wellbeing of the prisoners, particularly Prisoner M.

"The panel considered that a fellow member of the nursing profession would consider Miss Sutcliffe’s actions as deplorable.

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"The panel noted that the serious breach of the fundamental tenets of the profession evidenced by Miss Sutcliffe’s actions is fundamentally incompatible with Miss Sutcliffe remaining on the register."

Sutcliffe has 28 days to appeal the sanction from the date it is received in writing.

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