He's engaged to the mother, a lawyer who helped with his case.
Assange’s mother accused the U.K. government of ”unlawfully slowly killing my son."
“I love him,” she told reporters. “I can’t imagine what he’s been going through.”
The U.K. Ministry of Justice is highly secretive about where inmates live within prisons like Belmarsh, where Julian Assange will serve a 50-week sentence.