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Model jailed for life for killing her boyfriend complains of having no ‘sex’ visits in prison

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A former model from streaming site OnlyFans, who was jailed for life for the murder of her boyfriend, has complained that she was not allowed to have ‘sex’ visits with a new partner.

Abigail White, 24, who earned £50,000 a year as ‘Fake Barbie’ on OnlyFans, has called on prison bosses to take notice of her ‘needs’.

The mother-of-three stabbed Bradley Lewis, 22, in the heart during an argument at their home in Kingswood, near Bristol, UK on March 25, 2022.

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She claimed Lewis ‘got into’ the kitchen knife she was holding and said it was ‘not a big stab wound’, despite having stabbed her boyfriend in the arm before in another incident.

In October 2022, she was given a minimum sentence of 18 years for the murder of Lewis, who suffered a single 7cm-deep wound to his chest.

Writing in a column for Inside Time this month, White said she was shocked to learn that British prison systems do not allow visits for sex.

Writing from her cell at HMP Eastwood Park, a 400-bed prison in Gloucestershire, she said:

“It has come to my attention, having recently been sentenced to 18, that prisons do not facilitate overnight stays for female prisoners and their partners.

“I think they should consider and consider our needs and allow men and women to spend the night together.

“I would like to know what the other prisoners think of it, because a lot of girls here agree.

During her trial, White told the court she went with the knife ‘to scare’ Mr Lewis.

“I went to electrocute him, scare him with the knife and before I knew it I had stabbed him,” she said.

She went on to say that she realized it was serious when she saw “blood gushing out of him”.

Lewis had tried to “control” her and the “fortune” she had earned with OnlyFans, it was claimed.

Responding to White’s complaints this week, a Prison Service spokesperson said: ‘Prisoners see their families during daytime visits supervised by staff.’

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