The woman dubbed Britain's worst female paedophile has dyed her hair dark brown so that "she's not recognised" after being released from prison.
Vanessa George, 49, was seen on a recent shopping trip, sporting her new look after she was set free last September.
George was convicted of a series of child sexual assaults at Little Ted's nursery in Plymouth, Devon, where she worked and it's feared she abused up to 64 babies.
A source told The Sun: “George had dyed her hair black in prison to give herself a bit of anonymity.
“When she came out she was so pleased to be out she went straight back to blonde but everyone clocked who she was immediately.
“She clearly thinks her new hairdo will mean she’s not recognised but she’s not fooling anyone.”
After spending 10 years behind bars, George was freed from HMP Send in Surrey after a Parole Board ruled she had shown remorse and could be managed safely in the community – much to the outrage of the parents of the children abused.
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George was freed last September and is said to be struggling with life on the outside. Spending her days alone in a halfway house where she is shunned by the other residents.
She isn't allowed to go to Devon and Cornwall, is banned from going within 30 metres of any swimming pool and barred from going near children’s playgrounds, nurseries and schools.
Officials can also order her to take a lie detector test at any point.
George admitted taking up to eight photos a day of her abusing children in her care. Child protection officers have visited 180 children thought to have had contact with George, and 21 families have taken up an offer of support.
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In 2009, she was jailed for a minimum of seven years and served ten.
George's co defendant Angela Allen, who raped a girl of three, has already served the five-year minimum of her sentence imposed at the same time.
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