Police charge woman over prison attack on convicted killer Trudi Lenon

Convicted killer Trudi Lenon is still in hospital recovering from burns after the attack on January 1.
Convicted killer Trudi Lenon is still in hospital recovering from burns after the attack on January 1.

POLICE have charged a 35-year-old woman over the prison attack on the woman who killed Kwinana teenager Aaron Pajich-Sweetman.

44-year-old Trudi Lenon was attacked at Bandyup Women’s Prison at 8.25am on January 1 when a container of boiling water was poured over her.

She received serious burn injuries and was taken to Fiona Stanley Hospital, where she is still being treated more than a fortnight later.

Another 47-year-old prisoner, who was standing nearby, received minor burn injuries in the incident.

The 35-year-old woman was charged with two counts of an act or omission causing bodily harm or danger.

She will appear in the Midland Magistrates Court on February 2.

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