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Man Wants To Track Down Babestation Model So He Can Leave Her Thousands In His Will

Man Wants To Track Down Babestation Model So He Can Leave Her Thousands In His Will

A man is hoping to track down a model he spoke to on Babestation so he can leave her thousands in his inheritance.

Thomas Weir, who lives in Milton Keynes, says he wants to find 'Laura Jones' after spending a year speaking to her on the sex line and website for a year, and finding her to be 'very funny' and a 'lovely person'.

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Speaking to Bristol Live, Thomas says when he dies there could be as much as £20,000 in his account and there is no one he would rather give it to than 'Laura'.

He explained: "My nephews and nieces all live abroad and are doing very well.

"I have no children and there is no one else I would like to leave the money to."

The 50-year-old says he's worried that he might not have long to live, as he's suffered with diabetes for years and was struck down with an MRSA infection. He has also had the lower part of his right leg amputated and uses a wheelchair to get around.

He told Bristol Live: "I'm not a stalker or anything like that. I don't want to get in touch with her, that's not me. I think she'll spend the money wisely and she's such a lovely person, she is a loon - very funny."

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Describing the model, Thomas says she used to wear pigtails and told him she was 41 - he doesn't know if 'Laura Jones' is her real name or not.

He said the model had links to an agency in Bristol, but he's unsure if she still lives or works in the area.

Thomas Weir is hoping to track down a woman who worked at Babestation. Credit: PA
Thomas Weir is hoping to track down a woman who worked at Babestation. Credit: PA

Although Thomas is insistent that he'd like his cash to go to the model, he won't be able to unless she can be identified, because after his death lawyers would need to contact the person to let them know - hence his plea to track her down.

Graham Southorn, a legacy planner for Maplebrook Wills, told Bristol Live: "For someone to receive inheritance, as much information as [possible] is required to identify the beneficiary.

"The executors of a will have to be able to find the intended beneficiary - they can be held personally liable if a claim is made. So they need enough information to do that."

So Laura - if you're out there, now is the time to make yourself known...

Featured Image Credit: MirrorPix

Topics: uk news

Claire Reid

Claire is a journalist at LADbible who, after dossing around for a few years, went to Liverpool John Moores University. She graduated with a degree in Journalism and a whole load of debt. When not writing words in exchange for money she is usually at home watching serial killer documentaries surrounded by cats. You can contact Claire at [email protected]

 

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