Rapist Jason Mizner Makes Outrageous Demands: ‘Cellmates Trigger My PTSD’
Rapist Jason Mizner Makes Outrageous Demands: ‘Cellmates Trigger My PTSD’

Rapist Jason Mizner Makes Outrageous Demands: ‘Cellmates Trigger My PTSD’

A yoga teacher jailed for raping a two-year-old child has made a series of outrageous complaints about his time in prison as he makes a claim for compensation.

Jason Mizner pleaded guilty to 65 counts of child rape since the early 2000s in 2018 after his girlfriend found child abuse material in a bag she left at home.

The former yoga teacher repeatedly assaulted his partner’s two-year-old daughter for three months and filmed himself doing it.

Shocking letters have now emerged detailing some of Mizner’s complaints about his time in prison.

He launched an anti-discrimination lawsuit over his alleged treatment at Wolston Correctional Center, seeking compensation and an apology for being forced to share a cell.

Mizner claims that cellmates who turn on light switches or go to the bathroom trigger his PTSD, which: it comes from the decade spent in Thai prisons.

Mizner (pictured) kept a bag full of sordid records of his abuse, children's names and plans for a child exploitation ring before his girlfriend discovered him, leading to his 19-year prison sentence.  PTSD

Mizner (pictured) kept a bag full of sordid records of his abuse, children’s names and plans for a child exploitation ring before his girlfriend discovered him, leading to his 19-year prison sentence. PTSD

The Gold Coast rapist was previously jailed in Thailand for abusive sexual depravity.

The pervert previously claimed his prison sentence for mercilessly raping his girlfriend’s daughter was “excessive”, despite being given just 19 years for the repeated attacks.

Queensland’s Sunday Post received the handwritten applications to the Queensland Human Rights Commission, with a letter telling authorities he could not enter a shared cell due to “severe PTSD from 11 years in a Thai prison”.

He complained in letters that he was told his needs were not high enough to be put on a do-not-double list.

“I was forced to share a small ‘double bed’ cell, which exposed me to noise and light disturbances, sleep deprivation and personal conflicts,” he continued.

Mizner claimed that he was discriminated against and that his human rights were violated.

He filed an anti-discrimination case in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal, claiming he suffers from mental illness, including PTSD, which makes it difficult for him to sleep at night.

The case before the Tribunal has not yet been concluded and Mizner has been granted a preliminary injunction barring the authorities from placing him in a communal cell until the case is concluded.

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Court documents also showed Mizner was apologizing privately to Queensland Correctional Services and the prison’s director-general.

Queensland Corrective Services denies allegations of discrimination or restriction of Mizner’s human rights, according to the Courier Mail.

The distorted material presented in Mizner’s sentencing meant the judge had to take a break to ensure he received a fair sentence.

During sentencing, Judge Leanne Clare said that despite 30 years’ experience dealing with extreme cases of child abuse, she struggled to process the disturbing images of Mizner’s crimes.

“I only saw part of it and it was a struggle to get the vision of your mistake out of my mind,” Judge Clare said.

“I can’t imagine the horror for (the girl’s) mother”

The court was told Mizner, who was 31 at the time of the attacks, had been seeing the Australian girl’s mother for several months before committing the offences.

While on vacation in Thailand, the girl’s mother found videos she had shot and a number of other materials unrelated to child exploitation.

Mizner remained in Thailand, where he began dating a local woman before attacking his young daughter and being arrested by Thai authorities.

He served 11 years of a 35-year sentence and was deported last year when he was released on bail, Australian authorities arrested him when he returned to Brisbane.

Mizner’s sentencing was also delayed when a doctor preparing a psychological report for the court suffered a heart attack.

That report, the defense argued, showed that a motorcycle accident when Mizner was 21 left him with a brain injury, leaving him “disinhibited.”

Judge Clare said he had also shown he had a “predilection for babies” and had a medium to high chance of offending again if he was not incarcerated.

“Even a low risk of recidivism when it comes to baby rape is a significant risk to treat.” If it’s a medium to high risk … it’s alarming,” she said.

Judge Clare said Mizner had shown no remorse for his heinous crimes.