Lesbian vampire killer in trouble



ROCKHAMPTON-born Tracey Wigginton, dubbed the "lesbian vampire killer'', is back in trouble after allegedly punching a fellow female inmate.

It's believed Wigginton may have delayed any chance of being released with the attack.

Wigginton made headlines in 1989 when she received a life sentence for killing a man and drinking his blood.

Brisbane City Council worker Edward Baldock was the victim of the bizarre murder.

He was lured into a car in Bris- bane with Wigginton and her lesbian lover.

The pair then drove him to Orleigh Park, located near the Brisbane River.

He was stabbed 27 times and Wigginton also drank his blood. It is understood Wigginton had been moved from a low-security prison farm at Numinbah to the Brisbane Women's Correctional Centre earlier this month.

It is believed Wigginton's move into higher security followed her punching another inmate.

It is alleged the inmate had been taunting her before Wigginton finally lashed out.

Wigginton had been at the Numinbah prison farm since 2003.

No charges have yet been laid against her over the alleged incident.



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