ITV's new documentary Fergie's Killer Dresser: The Jane Andrews Story explores the true story of Jane, a former royal dresser for Sarah, Duchess of York, who was found guilty of murdering her partner, Tom Cressman, back in 2001. So where is she now?
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Jane, who was convicted at the Old Bailey for murder and sentenced to life in prison, was originally released from prison on licence in 2015 while staying in a probation hostel. However, she was imprisoned again in 2018 for harassment before being released once more on 8 August 2019, 18 years after her original sentencing.
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During her incarceration, she briefly escaped from the East Sutton Park Prison in 2009 - nine years into her sentence - and was eventually discovered three days later hiding in a hotel room.
Jane went to prison in 2001
At the end of her first jail term in 2015, Tom's hotelier brother Rick disagreed with her release, saying: "At the parole hearing which saw her freed, our family's joint letter warning of the dangers of her being released was clearly ignored... Any man who gets into a relationship with her will be at serious risk as she clearly cannot cope with rejection."
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Jane, who now resides in Lincolnshire, previously spoke about the upcoming documentary to The Sunday Telegraph, saying: "I was horrified. I knew it would drag everything up again, just as my life was settling down into something like normality.
She was released from prison in 2015
"I will always regret what I did – it was a terrible thing to do. But I deserve to live the rest of my life without always looking over my shoulder."
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