'Fake Barbie' OnlyFans model who murdered boyfriend demands 'conjugal visits' in prison | The Sun

A SELF-styled "fake Barbie" model who murdered her boyfriend is demanding conjugal prison visits with her new partner.

Abigail White, 24, is locked up for life for stabbing Bradley Lewis, 22, through the heart after he broke up with her in March last year.

She said she wanted only to scare the dad of her three children but was convicted of murder and sentenced to a minimum of 18 years.

White, who is doing time at HMP Eastwood Park in Gloucestershire, is now insisting her "needs" be taken into account and men be allowed to stay the night with female lags.

She told prison magazine Inside Times: "It has come to my attention, after recently being sentenced to 18 years, that prisons do not facilitate overnight stays for women prisoners and their partners.

"They should take into account and consideration our needs, and allow men and women to have overnight stays together.


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"I would like to know what other prisoners think about this, as quite a few girls here agree."

White, who boasted of making £50,000 a year on OnlyFans, argued with Bradley in a pub in Bristol where she threw a drink in his face.

He told a friend: "I'm dead when I get home."

White, who once messaged a pal saying "I fully believe I am capable of killing him", later stabbed him with a 7in kitchen knife.

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She insisted she had not realised what she had done until it was too late.

White, of Kingswood, got life with a minimum 18 years at Bristol Crown Court.

But Bradley's family still don't feel like they have justice.

His dad Steve Lewis said: "We were pleased with the verdict [of murder] but we would have liked a few more years on top.

"It doesn’t feel right really, we’re glad she’s locked up but we don’t feel we’ve got justice because we’re the ones with the full life sentence.

"People just wanted her, in a sense, to rot in hell."

A spokesperson for the Prison Service told The Sun: "Prisoners see family during daytime visits which are supervised by staff."

Conjugal visits – where inmates spend several hours or days in private with their legal spouse, often for sexual activity – are permitted in several countries including parts of Australia and the US, Canada, France and Spain.

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