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Carer's Boyfriend Who She's Never Seen Outside Of Jail Sends Her Gifts From Prison

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Carer's Boyfriend Who She's Never Seen Outside Of Jail Sends Her Gifts From Prison

A carer has revealed how she fell in love with a serial burglar who sends her gifts from prison - and she's even tattooed his initials across her chest. Watch a TikTok on their relationship below:

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Breah Sutton, 21, began chatting to convicted burglar Harley Webb, 31, in August last year because one of her mates was also dating an inmate and he asked if she had any single friends for his friend.

As shown in the video above, countless messages were sent to one another, including designer gifts and even a French Bulldog puppy from Harley's dad.

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The 21-year-old has hit back at trolls who have branded her as a 'gold digger'.

Breah, from Swindon, Wiltshire, said: "People say it looks one-sided but obviously I do spoil him back - I've bought him some clothes for when he gets out.

"Then obviously I did meet him and they stopped saying those things and as time's gone on they've realised it's not just a fling and it is serious.

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Credit: Kennedy News and Media
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"They will support whatever I do but I think until they meet him themselves they're not going to understand.

"I get lots of comments from people saying Harley must talk to loads of girls and that's how he gets his money. They make me angry - they're just close-minded people.

"I just say to them well if that was the case I think I'd know by now seen as my videos go viral because if that was me I'd be messaging with proof. But I know that's not the case, I know he's only speaking to me."

Harley was imprisoned in April 2017 for four years, and this February he was sentenced to a further 26 months in prison for two counts of 'putting a person in fear of violence' for sending threats to two women. Breah says he's due to be released in January 2022.

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After being limited to phone calls as Covid restrictions saw a ban on prison visits, the pair finally met in person for the first time in May this year, after eight months of dating.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Ever since Breah made the seven hour round trip to visit her boyfriend at Elmley Prison weekly, as well as speaking on the phone around 15 times a day for up to 20 minutes a time and sending cards and letters back and forth.

Breah added: "We had our first video call in October last year and that was the first time I'd physically seen him.

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"The first time we met in person was May this year because they didn't have visits for ages because of coronavirus.

"I was so scared but it was nice and at the end of the visit he reached out and touched my hand and that's the first bit of contact we had.

Credit: Kennedy News and Media
Credit: Kennedy News and Media

"I got his initial tattooed just before the first visit because I wanted to show him as a surprise.

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"He loved it, he had tears in his eyes. He said he wished he could do the same but obviously he can't at the minute.

"I did it because I love him. I got it on the side of my chest, near the heart, that's where I wanted it to be."

Featured Image Credit: Kennedy News and Media

Topics: Prison, TikTok

Anish Vij
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