An infamous murderer who claims he is a woman is reportedly harassing women inside the California state women’s prison where he was incarcerated last month.

The murderer, 68, was convicted in November of the murder of Charlotte Reed and Patricia Wright, a lesbian couple in their late 50s, and their 19-year-old son Benny Diambu-Wright, in Oakland, California, in 2016. The Daily Wire is not naming the suspect in keeping with a company policy that seeks to deprive mass killers of the notoriety they often crave.

Last month, the triple murderer was transferred to Central California Women’s Facility in Chowchilla, where he shares a cell with several female inmates.

The murderer “has been a problem since he rolled in the door,” one inmate said in a message, according to The Washington Free Beacon. “He is trying to control the women saying he gets to bypass everything — special treatment.”

Inmate Tomiekia Johnson said one of her fellow inmates caught him staring at her body.

“She felt him looking at her, she said, ‘I felt someone watching me, and there he was, staring at my butt,’” Johnson said.

Johnson reportedly lost her job at the prison after she complained about California allowing trans-identifying men with intact genitalia to be housed with women in prison.

“I think it’s a slap in the face, because as much as they know I’ve been vocal about being housed with predators, and how much they target me, and how much it’s a known fact that they harass me and provoke me, for them to put him in the building with me is beyond negligent,” Johnson said. “I feel betrayed by the prison for doing this.”

The murderer also pressured female inmates to push him around in a wheelchair, but he was also seen doing “jump squats off a stool,” according to a female inmate at the Alameda County Santa Rita Jail, where he was held before he was incarcerated at the women’s prison.

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That inmate called him “very chauvinistic, demeaning to women, and prideful about it.”

The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation said in a statement that it is “committed to providing a safe, humane, respectful, and rehabilitative environment for all incarcerated people, including the transgender, non-binary, and intersex community, and is working to implement the law.”

The triple murderer was sentenced to life in prison without parole on June 14.

The bodies of both women who were murdered were found stabbed and shot with a .38 revolver, and the body of their son was found in the street with gunshot wounds. Shortly after police arrived, the murderer walked out of the house, covered in blood and reeking of gasoline. Police searched the suspect and found bullets and brass knuckles.

He was charged with three counts of first-degree murder as well as arson for dousing the garage with gasoline and setting it on fire, an apparent attempt to destroy the evidence of the murders.

California is permissive when it comes to allowing trans-identifying male inmates to be incarcerated in women’s facilities. Since 2021, the state has allowed dozens of male inmates who identify as transgender or “non-binary” to transfer to women’s prisons. Nearly 100 male inmates who sought to be housed with women were registered sex offenders, according to prison documents reviewed by the Free Beacon.

Female inmates who said they were sexually assaulted by their trans-identifying male fellow prisoners have sued the California prison system.

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