Female lawyer, 39, ‘sent 50 nudes’ to ex-client, 28, in jail for cleaver attack

A female lawyer who sent at least 50 naked pictures of herself to a former client was spotted after a prison guard recognised her from the photos.

Images of Amy Spencer were found on the phone of Grant McNamara, who was in the middle of a five-year prison term for assault after he attacked another man with a meat cleaver.

A source told the Paisley Daily Express that staff recognised the 39-year-old from images found on the convict's phone.

And it has now been reported to the Law Society of Scotland.

The source said: "She was caught sending at least 50 naked photographs of herself to Grant McNamara.

"The photographs were seized by prison staff, who recognised her from them. She also visited him for long periods of time.

"I am appalled that she is still allowed to work.

"If a male lawyer was sending pictures of his penis to a vulnerable female prisoner 10 years his junior, he would probably have been arrested by now.

"But nothing seems to have happened to her, despite the prison service advising the Law Society."

A Law Society of Scotland spokesman failed to confirm or deny the complaints, but said that they take "our regulatory duties very seriously to ensure that people have confidence in the legal profession".

The spokesman added: "In any case where we have reason to believe that one of our members has not met the high professional standards expected of them, we will take action."

Ms Spencer – who is thought to be single – is a Glasgow University law graduate and former prosecutor.

She started her own business in September.

The Daily Express did contact Ms Spencer for comment, but she declined to do so, as reported by the Mirror.

Dangerous thug McNamara was jailed in July after attacking Dale Mitchell with a blade. He also previously spent time in prison after butchering a taxi driver with a meat cleaver.

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