Nine-year-old Shannon Matthews, from Dewsbury, Yorkshire, went missing for 24 days in 2008.
Later, it turned out her mother Karen Matthews knew where she was and the pictures showing the cramped bedroom where Shannon was kept also emerged.
Now, the list of the rules that Shannon was forced to follow during her kidnapping have emerged.
The list shows that Shannon was not allowed to make any noise or bang her feet. She was not allowed to go near the windows and do anything without the kidnapper.
She was allowed to play the Super Mario games and the CD music but the volume need to be lower.
Her mother Karen Matthews was jailed in 2008 when it turned out she knew where her daughter was the whole time.
Matthews was found guilty of kidnapping, false imprisonment and perverting the course of justice.
She and Donovan were sentenced to eight years in prison and were released in 2012 after serving half their terms.
Nine-year-old Shannon was reported missing by her mother Karen Matthews in 2008. She was kept in a cramped bedroom less than a mile from her Dewsbury home.
After 24 days, she was found at the home of Michael Donovan. Donovan was the uncle of Shannon’s mother Karen Matthews’ then-partner Craig Meehan.
Matthews hoped to cash in on a £50,000 reward for her daughter. However, she got caught and was jailed in 2008.
Matthews is now engaged to convicted child abuser Paul Saunders, from Blackbird Leys, Oxford, who was jailed for five years for abusing a disabled girl while he was working as a driver.
The couple is planning to have a child after getting engaged. Some friends also reported that they have broken up.
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