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Mum banned from Halloween party after planning Jeffrey Dahmer costume for baby

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    A woman branded “Britain’s most hated woman” has caused a stir by planning to dress her baby as one of America’s most prolific serial killers for Halloween.

    Nose job blagger Carla Bellucci is now banned from the party after telling organisers her daughter’s costume would be inspired by Jeffrey Dahmer.

    The mum-of-four will now celebrate the spooky season at home after being told she was “sick” and not welcome.

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    But Carla, whose little girl is called Blu, has taken a swipe at “Karens” for taking life too seriously.

    Speaking with the Daily Star, she said: “To say it didn’t go down well is an understatement and Blu is now off the list.

    “I thought it was a genius idea and that it would be mega. A lot of people go as Chucky and I thought it would be funny and an easy costume. Just stick a wig on her and I’d be sorted.

    “They said I was sick but they take things too seriously. I was just thinking it’s Halloween and rather than Mike Myers, let’s do Jeffrey Dahmer because it’s a major trend right now.

    “He has become a sort of Halloween character like Mike Myers… I mean he used to get fan mail in prison.”

    Carla, 41, continued: “I just think these Karens need to calm down because there are more important things going on. They need to remember this all happened a long time ago.

    “To be honest I think it’s because it was me. Any other parent could send their kids as Jeffrey Dahmer and it would be ‘ha ha ha’. But because it was me they quickly got their claws out.”

    The gruesome killings of the Milwaukee cannibal were dramatised in the recently released Netflix series, Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story.

    Dahmer reigned for 13 years and murdered 17 men and young boys before being beaten to death behind bars in 1994.

    And asked whether she could see why dressing Blu as Dahmer would be controversial, Carla said: “I just thought it would be funny and let’s face it, even though he is this killer, everyone is in love with the series.

    “I loved it and thought it was brilliant. If it wasn’t a Netflix series people wouldn’t even know who he was.

    “It’s awful for the victim’s families but Netflix has sort of glorified him. We almost fall in love with the character because he’s become a character rather than a serial killer because of the way they portrayed him.

    “I didn’t think anything of the costume and it was just a joke. I didn’t think of any consequences.”

    And questioned if she was tempted to go to the party anyway, Carla, who lives in Hitchin, Herts, replied: “I am not allowed to.

    “I won’t send her because everyone is now being bitchy towards me and I won’t put her in that position but I would have done it.”

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