Baby killer sacked from restaurant job he got using fake ID
A convicted baby killer used a fake ID to get a job at a family restaurant.
However, friends of the child’s mother spotted Jason Redgrave and outed him online, forcing the restaurant to sack him.
Redgrave, 30, was handed an eight-year sentence for manslaughter after shaking six-month-old Ethan Hopson to death in Cleethorpes in 2011.
However, using fake documents under the name of Dylan Cooper he reportedly started working a Damon’s in Lincoln.
One of those who realised who he was posted online: ‘Member of staff Dylan is actually Jason Redgrave who is a baby killer.’
A review on TripAdvisor said: ‘Dylan Cooper or whoever he calls himself is a child killer and is behind the bar making cocktails.
‘This is my last visit to Damon’s whilst that monster works there.’
Redgrave was reportedly sacked on Saturday. Damon’s told The Sun he had been dismissed ‘with immediate effect’.
During Redgrave’s trial in 2012, the prosecution claimed he had ‘beaten and shaken’ the baby because he was annoyed he interrupted a flirtatious text conversation.
He was cleared of murder but found guilty of manslaughter and was released from prison in December 2015.