An OnlyFans model who stabbed her partner to death recorded voice notes just hours before - warning she was ‘capable of killing him.’ Mum-of-three Abigail White was jailed for life this week after a jury convicted her of murdering her partner Bradley Lewis.
White, 24, of Chipperfield Drive, Kingswood, pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Bradley in March but pleaded not guilty to his murder. After a two-week trial at Bristol Crown Court a jury of six women and four men convicted her of murder.
Trial judge The Honourable Mr Justice Fraser jailed her for life with a minimum jail term of 18 years telling her: "My view is you did intend to kill." White - who is said to have earned tens of thousands on the OnlyFans streaming platform - stabbed Bradley in the chest at her home in Kingswood on March 25.
The 22 year-old died in hospital of a single stab wound to the heart . The incident happened on the same day Mr Lewis told White he no longer wanted to be with her.
Now police have released recordings of voice notes White had made the day before the murder, where she spoke of hurting Mr Lewis. In one of the recordings White said she fully believed she was capable of killing Mr Lewis and feared she would ‘end up in prison.’
In the recorded note she said: “Honestly, I have no limit when I get angry. I’m like, he said I need help with that because people are generally saying to me one of you are going to end up dead .
“And I fully believe I am capable of killing him if he hurts me again. Or I am going to end up being in prison.”
In another of the recordings she said: "I don't believe a f****** word that comes out of that boy's mouth. I have to beat the f****** living daylights out of him.
"And he still don't tell me the truth. He only tells me the truth when he thinks I'm going to kill him.
"Like when I get a knife out. Like when I stab him. " The pair had been out for the evening with friends to the Horseshoe pub on Siston Common on the day Mr Lewis told White he did not want to be with her anymore.
At the pub a witness spoke of how White was obviously in a "difficult mood". The jury was told she was causing trouble with other people, getting into arguments and physical fights and giving Bradley grief.
At about 7.50pm they left the pub and went home, the court heard. But Anna Vigars KC, prosecuting told the jury: "By ten past eight she was ringing the ambulance service and then screaming for a neighbour to come to the house, panicking and crying out for help.
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"Because by ten past eight, Abigail White had stabbed Bradley Lewis through the chest, pushing the knife between his ribs and ultimately into his heart." White told the jury she and Bradley were in between her hall and living room and she went to the kitchen, possibly to walk away from a confrontation, and saw a knife on the side.
She said she wanted to scare Bradley, picked the knife up, and returned to the hall. She described holding the knife with the blade pointing down - like it had been when she previously stabbed him in the arm.
She said she went up to Bradley and thrust the knife at his chest - but didn't realise she had done that until afterwards. White told the jury at Bristol Crown Court that it ‘just happened’ and that she didn’t want to hurt or kill Bradley.
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Lesley Ness, of the Crown Prosecution Service, said: “The prosecution’s case was that Abigail White stabbed Bradley Lewis in anger, intending to seriously hurt or kill him, following an argument in which he said he would leave her.
"Mr Lewis died in hospital of a single stab wound to the heart and Miss White initially told staff he had injured himself. She later admitted to killing Mr Lewis, pleading guilty to manslaughter but denying murder.
"The CPS worked with the police to build a compelling case that looked at Miss White’s actions both on the night of Mr Lewis’ death and in the period leading up to it. When presented with this evidence the jury concluded that Abigail White was guilty of the murder of Bradley Lewis.
"Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Bradley Lewis at this difficult time.”
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