An OnlyFans model jailed for life for murdering her partner has complained that she is not allowed ‘conjugal visits’ with men.
Abigail White, who called herself ‘Fake Barbie’, was jailed for life, with a minimum sentence of 18 years, at Bristol Crown Court in October last year.
The court heard how 24-year-old mother-of-three White was an “early pioneer” on the OnlyFans website and earned around £50,000 a year sharing erotic content.
But after a fight with her boyfriend Bradley Lewis on March 25, she stabbed him through the heart at their home in Kingswood, near Bristol.
White told the court that Mr. Lewis tried to “control” her and her money from the OnlyFans site and claimed that he “bumped” into the kitchen knife she was holding, adding that “it wasn’t a big stab wound.”
She told the court: “I went up to him to shock him, to scare him with the knife and before I knew it, I had stabbed him.”
White, who had previously stabbed Mr Lewis in the arm, said he realized it was serious when he saw “blood spurting out of him”, adding: “It was really bad.”
An autopsy found that Mr. Lewis, aged 22, had suffered a single 7cm deep wound to the chest, with the knife entering his heart.
Writing in Inside Time magazine in the last March issue, White said she was surprised that prisons were not allowing couples into women’s jails.
She said prison wardens should take “their needs” into account and allow men to spend the night with female stragglers.
Writing from her cell at HMP Eastwood Park, a 400-capacity prison in Gloucestershire, White said: “It has come to my attention, having recently been sentenced to 18 years, that prisons do not facilitate overnight stays for women prisoners. and their partners.”
“I think they should take into account and consider our needs, and allow men and women to spend the night together.
‘I’d like to know what other prisoners think about this, as quite a few girls here agree.’
White admitted to manslaughter, but was found guilty of murder and jailed for life, told she would serve a minimum of 18 years behind bars before being considered for parole.
Judge Peter Donald Fraser, imprisoning White in 2022, told him: “Their three children will not only grow up without a father, but they will grow up knowing that their mother murdered their father.”
A Prison Service spokesman said this week: “Prisoners see family during daytime visits which are supervised by staff.”