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A woman who suffered a brutal assault at the hands of a police officer four years ago has been found dead in her prison cell.
Horrific CCTV images captured Sarah Reed, 32, being punched and dragged by her hair after being arrested on suspicion of shoplifting in 2012.
PC James Kiddie was later kicked out of the Met police force after being convicted of assault.
An investigation is now underway after Ms Reed was found unresponsive and later pronounced dead in Holloway Prison last month.
According to civil rights campaigner Lee Jasper, she was being held on remand over an incident in a hospital where she was being treated for mental health problems.
A Prison Service Spokesperson said: “HMP Holloway prisoner Sarah Reed was found unresponsive in her cell at 8am on January 11.
“Prison staff attempted CPR, but she was pronounced dead shortly after.
“As with all deaths in custody, the independent Prisons and Probation Ombudsman will conduct an investigation.” PC Kiddie was sacked in 2014 for gross misconduct after bosses were said to left "extremely shocked" by footage of his attack on Ms Reed.
He can be seen trying to pull the woman's hair as she tries to fight him off before dragging her to the floor and delivering the blows.
A magistrates' court trial heard that Kiddie was called out to the Regent Street branch of the clothing store Uniqlo in central London by the store's security.
He told jurors that Ms Reed had bitten him on the finger and claimed that she had HIV.