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LONDON'S "most dangerous woman" is set to be freed from prison in just DAYS.

Convicted stalker Farah Damji, also known as Farah Dan, could be out thanks to an admin blunder.

She was jailed for five years in 2016 for stalking a church warden after meeting him on an online dating site.

Damji – the daughter of South African-born property tycoon Amir Damji – had made her victim's life "complete hell" after he spurned her sexual advances.

While festering in her prison cell the 55year-old raised £5,000 in donations on Twitter to hire a top QC to appeal the conviction in November 2016.

The obsessed socialite also published twisted "character assassinations" online of individuals she was prohibited from referencing.


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She then penned a gibberish letter to a government body accusing the investigating officer from the case of "stalking and harassing her", Southwark Crown Court heard.

And she said a cop had "scared" her elderly mum by contacting her without permission in a message sent to Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements (MAPPA).

The officer is one of many names Damji – once dubbed "London's most dangerous woman" – is forbidden from mentioning under her restraining order.

Despite this, she launched a vile online campaign to "besmirch the character" of the officer.

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Damji, who ran an art gallery in Manhattan in the 1990s, was convicted in February 2020, of two counts of breaching the restraining order in April 2018 and June 2018.

But "extremely manipulative" Damji fled to Ireland during her trial and was jailed in her absence for 27 months.

After vanishing, Judge Michael Gledhill said: "She has made herself absolutely scarce so that the police cannot find her."

The heiress was arrested in Dublin in August 2020 and remanded in custody for seven months before she obtained bail.

She was then re-arrested in County Galway, Ireland, last month after failing to appear in court for an extradition haring – she was remanded in custody.

A judge at the High Court in Dublin finally cleared the way for her to be extradited to the UK last week after authorities failed outline in her arrest warrant that dodging bail is a criminal offence.

Rhiannon Cole, who represented Damji on behalf of her Irish lawyers, argued the stalker had spent a considerable amount of time on remand in Ireland.

Damji had also been promised a document from the Irish authorities detailing how many days she had spent in prison in Ireland, but it had not arrived by the time of yesterday's hearing.

Ms Cole said the document would show that Damji had a maximum of just 10 days left to serve on her sentence, or possibly no time at all.

Judge Jeffrey Pegden, KC, said Damji's release date should be known soon, and despite the possibility of it being incredibly short, he said her sentence "has to be served by you".

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She will therefore serve the rest of her sentence until her release in the coming days.

Damji was jailed for the first time in 2010 for a £17,500 benefit fraud and she has numerous convictions for fraud, theft and perverting the course of justice.

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