Family of son stabbed to death by OnlyFans model 'don't feel they've got justice' after sentence
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The father of a man who was stabbed to death by his girlfriend has said that he doesn’t believe that her life sentence was real justice.
Now, Bradley’s father Steve Lewis has claimed that the family don’t feel as if true justice has been served, despite the hefty sentence handed down.
He told The Sun: "We’ve got a life sentence, I’m nearly 64 years of age so my life sentence might be less – anything could happen to us at any time – than the sentence she’s got.
"We’ve got hundreds of friends, Brad did too, and there wasn’t one person who thought she should get the verdict of manslaughter.
“People just wanted her, in a sense, to rot in hell. 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.
"It's been horrendous, it’s bought everything back to day one and unfortunately we feel like we’re up against a brick wall all the time, we feel like we can’t see a light at the end of the tunnel."
The bereaved father also said that he thinks that she could kill again once released as a ‘leopard doesn’t ever change its spots’.
He has also said that the online adult content creator will never see the children she shared with Lewis again, strongly refuting suggestions made in court that she is a ‘loving’ mum.
He continued: "She’s admitted before that she might need some help and support, but she never takes it but as everybody now knows, Abigail White has to be in control of everything – and if she’s not in control, she can be nasty to people.
"You have to live your life according to her, but we never did. We wouldn’t bow down to her wishes.
“Unfortunately, my son did because he loved every bone in her body and his children worshipped him.
"We’ve all wished that we did a bit more to get the relationship ended, but we all know full well that harm could have come to Brad whether they were apart or together – and that’s the sad thing about it all.
"As I always say, my favourite saying has always been: That’s my boy.
"I’m proud of him, I love him so much and we loved each other so much and he was loved by so many people – family and friends."
During the trial, the court heard how Bradley had told White that he didn’t want to be with her anymore before she killed him.
He is also said to have remarked to a friend ‘I’m dead when I get home’ during a chat at the pub.