Milly Dowler killer Levi Bellfield has been stripped of his right to watch television and wear his own clothes after getting involved in a fight with two inmates.
The 51-year-old ex-bouncer was put on lockdown at top-security HMP Frankland, Co Durham.
Bellfield reportedly bragged of beating the pair for taunting him over his crimes.
An insider told Sun Online: "Two blokes were taunting him about his past.
"He gets a lot of grief because he's so notorious.
"It erupted into a fight pretty quickly and Bellfield got the better of it.
"He was saying they were stupid to pick on him and got what was coming."
It's understood that one was treated in the healthcare wing after the clash, while the other one suffered minor injuries.
A Prison Service spokesman said: "There was a scuffle involving three prisoners on October11. All three were placed on report."
Bellfield had killed 13-year-old Surrey schoolgirl Milly Dowler in 2002 and was convicted in 2008 of murdering French student Amelie Delagrange, 22, and Marsha McDonnell, 19.
He was found guilty in 2011 of murdering Milly Dowler.
Retired detective chief inspector Colin Sutton, who brought Bellfield to justice, blasted the killer for mocking his victims in a twisted prison painting.
He said it was 'appalling' and showed his complete lack of remorse.
Mr Sutton, who is portrayed in crime drama Manhunt, said: "That's just typical. He is just so callous. He has got no respect.
"There's not an ounce of remorse in him at all. That is dreadful.
"It is one thing for him to make futile denials. But it is another thing for him to ridicule his victims like that. I am appalled."
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