Serial killer Levi Bellfield has blasted police for releasing information on the abduction, rape and murder of Milly Dowler .
The letter was penned after the twisted killer reportedly denied he confessed to police about the abduction, rape and murder of Milly Dowler.
Surrey Police said the West Drayton bouncer told them the details of the Walton teenager, 14 years after her death.
Despite a life sentence, Bellfield had never made admissions to the police up until an investigation last year which tried to identify if he had an accomplice.
But the BBC have now reported his solicitor Julia Cooper has asked Surrey Police to explain the statement which said he had owned up to the killing.
In a letter to a journalist, Bellfield said he was "surprised and disappointed" when news of the confession emerged, adding he had not spoken to officers since "early last year".
Referring to the Police and Criminal Evidence Act (Pace) - the legislation which governs police interviews - he said: "Under Pace, I have made no admission to murder. This is fact."
"It is with deep regret that Surrey Police can release such appalling information so publicly with no thought to the victims' families, and my family who are innocent parties caught in the crossfire."
He then referred to his Muslim faith, saying "this is between me and the Almighty Allah".
Solicitor requests police notes and tapes
Bellfield's solicitor Julia Cooper has written to the police requesting the notes and tape recording from meeting.
Ms Cooper said Bellfield, now known as Yusuf Rahim, believed a "covert tape" may have been used to record his response to a police interview in prison.
The BBC reports she said "my client denies giving a confession", and has written to Surrey Police asking for the tape recording and meeting notes.
Ms Cooper added Bellfield contacted her very soon after Surrey Police put out its press statement relating to the Dowler case.
She said Bellfield denies all the crimes for which he has been convicted.
According to the statement by Surrey Police, Bellfield took 13-year-old Milly and took her to the driveway of his mother's home, believed to be in Feltham , where he "raped her in broad daylight over the boot of his car".
A family statement added the rape and torture carried out by Bellfield "continued for a number of hours until the next day when he finally strangled her to death".
They said there were "no words to describe the additional torment and pain" but said "perhaps her soul, at long last, can finally rest in peace".
Bellfield's half sister Ann-Marie Bellfield said she is convinced he has killed more women .
Bellfield is suspected of involvement in up to 20 other attacks , including rape and murder, dating back to 1980.
In February 2012, the 6ft 1in, 20-stone killer lost his bid to challenge his conviction at London's Court of Appeal and will serve the remainder of his sentence.
Former Detective Chief Inspector Colin Sutton who led the investigation said he's convinced Bellfield has an "ulterior motive" for changing his story.