A GoFundMe page has seemingly been set up for so-called ‘Angel Of Death’ Beverley Allitt as the child killer fights sepsis in hospital.

Allitt, was convicted of horrific crimes which happened while she was working as a nurse at Grantham and Kesteven hospital in 1991.

She is currently serving her 13 life sentences and is in hospital with suspected sepsis.

The so-called ‘Angel of Death’ is one of Britain’s most notorious child killers after murdering four children, attempting to murder three others, and causing grievous bodily harm to a further six.

The GoFundMe page, which was created on Sunday July 22, has been set up to try and raise £2,000 to support her, reports Lincolnshire Live .

It is not clear if the fundraising campaign is serious or a twisted joke and the page appears to have been taken down.

It has been set up by a group called ‘fundraising team’ but there are no further details.

According to reports, The page states: "Beverley Allitt, who has had a tough life, is now sadly fighting to survive.

"We are hoping to raise £2,000 in a bid to support her."

Staff at Rampton high-security hospital say she fell ill on Sunday, July 15 and is now receiving round-the-clock care for the life-threatening condition.

However, the Gofundme page has not gone down well online.

One person commented and said: "A child killer deserves to rot in hell."

While another added: "Leave her to rot, anyone who donates for this sick **** needs their head testing.

"Karma for killing and harming poor innocent babies."

The campaign had no donations at the time of writing.

Allitt claimed her first victim, eight-week old Liam Taylor, in February 23, 1991 after she injected the infant with a large dose of insulin.

She went onto kill three more and seriously injured nine others during the 59-day killing spree at the hospital’s now-infamous Ward 4.

The sudden spike in infant mortalities baffled hospital authorities and sparked an urgent investigation in their deaths.

Some were left with life-long injuries resulting from the damaging injections administered by Allitt.

She went on trial at Nottingham Crown Court in 1993. She pleaded not guilty.

The jury heard that psychiatrists who had examined her had concluded she was suffering from Munchausen Syndrome by proxy, a mental illness where sufferers crave attention.

She was found guilty and ordered to be held indefinitely in Rampton High Security Psychiatric Hospital.

GoFundMe has been approached for comment.

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