Charles Bronson's marriage to 'Corrie' actress Paula Williamson 'to be annulled' because they 'never had sex'
The actress married Bronson, considered Britain's most violent prisoner, in 2017 after they began a relationship in 2013 after writing to each other
Charles Bronson's marriage to 'Corrie' actress Paula Williamson will be annulled because the pair never had sex, reports said.
The 66-year-old had married the 38-year-old actress in 2017 after she visited him in jail several times, after they began a relationship in 2013 after writing to each other.
However, the couple did not get a chance or opportunity to consummate their marriage behind bars and Williamson asked that the marriage be annulled on the same grounds, reported The Sun.
The pair had tied the knot during a prison ceremony in 2017 and Paula had described it as being "like any other wedding."
"I have lost all my work because I married this man as well as family and friends," she shared.
"I don't believe in mistakes or regrets. Everything happens for a reason. I tried my very best for him and we will remain friends," she added.
It was initially reported that Bronson had asked Paula to wear a catsuit when she had visited him in prison and his strange request led to many arguments between the pair.
The couple also had a falling out when a man buried his head in Williamson’s breasts while on a night out in Tenerife.
As reported by The Sun, a source shared, "She was stunned when he got a friend to send round a catsuit and told her he wanted her to wear it for a prison visit. He loves showing his wife off. He'd want the other prisoners to see her in it. He'd really like that. But she's gone mad. She refused to do it. It's a very odd request. But it's the sort of man Charlie is. He replied by saying she was not welcome at an art show which is coming up," the source added.
"She's not bothered anymore. That's it. It's over - once and for all," the source continued.
Bronson, currently at HMP Woodhill in Milton Keynes, has been mostly behind bars for for the last 40 years for a number of violent crimes. He was first jailed for armed robbery in 1974.