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Jailbird Chris Watts Pigging Out On Brownies, Donuts & Cookies Behind Bars

Chris Watts Brownies Donuts Prison
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Jul. 13 2019, Updated 12:57 a.m. ET

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Killer Chris Watts is stuffing his face with brownies, donuts and other junk foods at his Wisconsin prison — but the monster murderer has yet to make a single phone call, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.

According to his December 14 commissary list, the jailbird, 36, will soon trade in his buff physique for a dad-bod: He ordered a six-pack of fudge brownies, three boxes of holiday cookies, powdered donuts, and three iced buns.

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He also bought deodorant, shampoo, body lotion and even pens and envelopes to mail letters out — amid reports he's receiving a massive amount of love letters from female fans.

As Radar first reported, Watts was shipped off to Dodge Correctional Institution in Waupun — a facility known for notorious serial killers — earlier this month following security concerns at his Colorado prison.

He will be serving the rest of his life in prison for killing his pregnant wife Shanann and two young daughters in cold blood.

Watts was told he won’t be able to remove his belongings from his Colorado home before its hawked off to the highest bidder.

“He will most certainly not be transported back to Colorado to obtain his belongings,” a staff member at the Colorado Office of the Attorney General told Radar. “He can’t just go home – he’s in jail for murder!”

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