Abigail White, a British OnlyFans model, has been sentenced to life imprisonment for killing her boyfriend, Bradley Lewis. Despite being convicted, White still has one complaint – she is not allowed to have “conjugal visits” with attractive men whenever she pleases. The self-proclaimed “Fake Barbie” was an “early pioneer” on the OnlyFans platform, where she earned over $60,000 by selling erotic content to her devoted fan base. However, this all came to an end when she fatally stabbed Lewis at their home in Kingswood after a heated argument on March 25.

White claims that Lewis was trying to control her and her OnlyFans earnings, leading to the altercation. During the trial, she maintained that he “walked into” the kitchen knife she was holding, resulting in a subtle slice rather than a deep stab. However, the medical examiner confirmed that Lewis died from a single 7cm-deep stab wound to the chest, which pierced his heart and led to his swift death. White, who had previously stabbed Lewis in the arm, quickly realized that this injury was far more severe.

In court, she stated, “I went over to him to shock him, to scare him with the knife, and before I knew it, I had stabbed him.”

Since being incarcerated for her crime, White has expressed frustration that she cannot have men visit her cell for sexual purposes. She has called for overnight stays for women prisoners and their partners, stating that prisons should consider their needs. However, a spokesperson for the prison has stated that family visits are only allowed during the daytime and are supervised by staff.

“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. I think they should take into account and consideration our needs, and allow men and women to have overnight stays together. I would like to know what other prisoners think about this, as quite a few girls here agree.”

White’s conviction for murder comes with a life sentence of a minimum of eighteen years behind bars. While she confessed to manslaughter during the trial, the court found her guilty of murder. When sentencing her, Justice Peter Donald Fraser remarked that “Not only will your three children grow up without a father, but they will grow up knowing their mother murdered their father.”

White’s case highlights the dark side of OnlyFans and the potential dangers of social media fame. While she was once an “early pioneer” on the platform, she now faces the harsh reality of a lifetime behind bars. Her actions have led to a tragic loss of life and shattered her family, leaving her three children to grow up without their father and with the knowledge that their mother was responsible for his death.

In the end, White’s pursuit of money and fame led her down a path that has forever altered her life and the lives of those around her. It is a stark reminder that actions have consequences and that the pursuit of fame and fortune can often come at a heavy cost.