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AN ONLYFANS model who dubbed herself as “Fake Barbie” has been charged with stabbing her boyfriend to death.
Abigail White, 23, allegedly murdered her partner Bradley Lewis, 22, at their home in Kingswood, Bristol, last week.
Paramedics were called to the semi-detached property in South Gloucestershire at around 8.20pm on March 25.
Bradley, understood to be a dad-of-three, was stabbed in the chest and rushed to hospital but died six hours later.
White appeared at Bristol Magistrates Court yesterday dressed in a grey tracksuit, to confirm her name, date of birth and address.
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She was last active on the website just two days before she allegedly killed Bradley at the property in South Gloucestershire.
White was remanded in custody pending a possible bail application at Bristol Crown Court on Wednesday and a plea and trial preparation hearing on April 25.
The development comes after Bradley’s family released a heartbreaking tribute to the dad.
They said in a statement: “Our wonderful much-loved son Bradley, taken from us too early.”
Devastated pals also paid tribute following the tragedy.
One said: “We lost a fantastic, beautiful person without saying goodbye.
“I hope he knows just how much and how many people loved him.”
A second described him as a “lush boy”, adding: “So sad you were taken from this earth.”
Another said: “Your family will miss you so much and those beautiful children of yours are going to miss you so much my brother.
“You have grown to be the man everyone wanted you to be, so respected and loved.”
Hanham Athletic Football Club (HAFC) also released a statement to Bradley, who played as a reserve.
They said: “HAFC are deeply saddened to advise that one of our reserve team players, Brad Lewis, passed away.
“We remembered Brad with a minutes’ silence before our fixture yesterday.
“Our deepest condolences to all of Brad’s family and friends.”
Police were scrambled to the home on Friday night following an “incident”.
The victim’s family are being supported by specially-trained officers as the investigation continues.
White-suited forensics officers were going into Bradley’s home over the weekend.
Detective Inspector Lavender said: “There continues to be a police presence at the scene of this incident and reassurance patrols are ongoing, so we’d encourage residents to please speak to officers with the local Neighbourhood Policing team if they have any questions or concerns.”