A manic Scots con who tried to murder three police officers has shared a 'Rockstar' video from inside his prison cell.
Robert Wemyss, 29, is currently locked up inside HMP Grampian in Peterhead.
He was jailed for 10 years in 2013 for trying to mow down officers in Aberdeenshire.
The vicious thug has been boasting about his life behind bars in videos and pictures shared on an Instagram account.
In one video the prisoner shows off the inside of his cell which is plastered with sexy pictures of actresses and singers including Rita Ora and Cheryl.
The cocky lout plays the song 'Rockstar' by singer Post Malone as he shows off more artwork pinned to the jail walls from hit movies The Joker and Suicide squad.
The tiny cell also has a pair of speakers and a television inside of it.
He captioned the video: "Fresh".
The thug freely posts other images of himself inside fellow inmates jail cells.
In one Instagram post, he says: “I’m not gonna lie I’m evil.
“kl slit your neck for disrespect I’m not gonna lie I’m a psychopath .
“I’ll ram your car off the road judge said a was dangerous murderously and recklessly and my behavior is endlessly.
“Soon home, f*** the grampian police and that rat xxxxxx xxxxx weasel.”
Earlier today we told how Wemyss is facing a probe after gloating about his life behind bars on Instagram.
He shared a series of photographs showing prisoners on the official jail phones lines and larking about in their cells.
The account is now private.
One post read: “Good tae keep in contact with my brothers in other hotels.”
Another said: “Locks can lock but clocks cant stop brother.
“I’ll be home real soon to blow a few daftys heads off usual x.”
In 2018 a probe was launched when Wemyss used Facebook to label a fellow prisoner a “grass” in a short video.
Then he dubbed HMP Grampian as “The Grampian Resort” and posted pictures of prisoners sunbathing.
Today Scottish Prison Service chiefs confirmed to the Record they were aware of the alleged activity.
An SPS spokeswoman said: “The possession of a mobile phone in prison is a criminal offence.
“If we receive information to suggest that prisoners are in possession of such devices we will take all appropriate action and report it to the relevant authorities.”
She added: We recognise the importance of providing a safe and secure environment for our staff and those in our care.
“A comprehensive range of robust security measures are in place to prevent the introduction of contraband into our prisons.
“Significant investment continues to be made in the development of new technology and staff training to detect, deter and reduce the availability and supply of illegal drugs.
“Anyone found in possession of contraband or attempting to smuggle such items into our prisons will reported to the appropriate authorities.”
Wemyss was just 22 when he was given an extended sentence at the High Court in Dumbarton in 2013.
He was found guilty of car theft, dangerous driving and attempted murder.
In 2012 he stole a BMW X5 in Aberdeen and drove along footpaths and grass verges as he pursued the police through several streets.
He overtook a bus and pursued an unmarked police car, which he crashed into – then drove at the three officers when they got out of the vehicle.
Wemyss was jailed for 10 years with a five year extension period added.