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Sunday, 3 August 2014

Charles Bronson 'approached to appear on I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! when freed'

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Charles Bronson - the man dubbed “Britain’s most violent prisoner" was approached to star on I’m A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! once he’s made a free man, his younger brother has claimed. Mark Peterson told WalesOnline that Bronson was asked about going on the jungle reality show a few years ago, "should he ever get parole". Mr Peterson said: “He’d be great on TV, I think – he’s a very bright, charismatic man." “He’d be brilliant on that show because no matter what they’d find to throw at him he’d have already had it 100 times worse. “The only down side would be that none of the other contestants would get a look in. “Come every bushtucker trial, Mickey would always be the first one with his hand in the air.” The revelation came as Mr Peterson talked about what it was like being the younger brother of one of country's most notorious criminals. He revealed that Bronson would like to have a quiet life in Wales if he is ever released from jail, and spoke about the nightmare his brother endured during his ‘80s stay at high-security psychiatric hospital Broadmoor. He told how he acted as a negotiator during Bronson's 47-hour rooftop protest at the asylum against being forcibly drugged and reportedly beaten, and of the moment Bronson was almost stabbed to death whilst building a fish pond for fellow inmates at Parkhurst.

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