Fergie's killer ex-aide is back in jail after being accused of harassing an ex-lover

Jane Andrews had been paroled in 2015, 15 years after murdering millionaire boyfriend Tom Cressman.

That move came despite warnings from his family about her behaviour and other exes branding her a “bunny boiler”.

The Sun understands the harassment allegation centres on a complaint linked to an ex-lover and not to Mr Cressman’s family.

Andrews, Sarah Ferguson’s dresser for nine years, is now being held at New Hall women’s jail, near Wakefield, West Yorks.

A Parole Board panel will review the 51-year-old’s case next month.

It could order her to remain indefinitely until it is satisfied she no longer poses a risk.

No charges have yet been brought and police refused to comment. But a source said: “It’s sufficiently serious for Andrews to be returned to custody. It’s a huge blow to her.”

Andrews had been working as an antiques dealer since being released 14 years into a life term for murdering businessman Mr Cressman, 39.

She had lashed out with a cricket bat and a knife at his flat in Fulham, West London, in 2000 after he refused to marry her.

She had turned to him after being sacked from the royal household in a 1997 cost-cutting drive.

Following the killing, Andrews went on the run and was caught four days later after Fergie left two voicemail messages pleading with her to hand herself in to police.

In 2009 she fled East Sutton Park open prison in Maidstone, Kent, and met her parents in a graveyard in the dead of night.

Cabbie Darren Auckland told The Sun at the time he had refused the mud-caked killer’s demands to drive them back to her home town of Grimsby. We tipped off cops and she was seized soon after.

Last night Mr Cressman’s brother Rick said: “I get no pleasure fram saying, ‘I told you so.’ It was inevitable she’d be recalled as clearly she wasn’t ready to be let out.”

The 67-year-old hotelier added: “At the parole hearing which saw her freed our family’s joint letter warning of the dangers of her being released was duly read out to be taken into account but was clearly ignored.

“This is just a further unwelcome reminder of what Andrews did to Tom, and how she’s left us all bereft and utterly devastated.”

The panel can now order her immediate release on licence, set a date for her future release, keep her in prison, order a fresh parole hearing or delay a decision pending further information.

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