Transgender Female Inmate Impregnates 2 Women In Prison

A transgender inmate, Demi Minor has been transferred to a men’s prison after impregnating two fellow inmates at New Jersey’s only female prison in the US.

According to the Daily Mail, Minor who is serving a 30-year sentence for stabbing her former foster father to death was moved from the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility to the Garden State Youth Correctional Facility in June.

She is being held in a vulnerable unit of the facility.

The 27-year-old transgender, complained that she was misgendered and abused by guards during the transfer and was even placed on suicide watch after she tried to hang herself while she was being transferred to GSCF.

In a post on her Justice 4 Demi blog, Minor claimed that she was targeted by correctional officers, with one of them mocking her when she asked to be stripped and searched by a woman.

In a separate post, she alleged that she was beaten during the transfer.

She said she was briefly held at New Jersey State Prison, where guards allegedly called her ‘a he’ over 30 times.

Minor’s case gained notoriety in April when the New Jersey Department of Corrections revealed that he had impregnated two fellow inmates at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility.

The inmate also said that while she was allowed to keep her make-up, she knows wearing it ‘is a death wish.’

‘I have accepted that I am in a male facility but I have not accepted nor will I ever agree to or accept that I am anything other than a woman who happens to be transgender,’ Minor wrote.

Minor added that she was removed from Edna Mahan ‘as a punishment for what occurred over two months ago.

‘They have violated my right to be safe and free from sexual harassment, by putting me in one of the most violent youth correctional facilities,’ she alleged.’

She further accused the DOC of causing her irreparable psychological damage by exposing her to those triggering situations.

‘I don’t know what its like to live as a man, and I refuse to ever revert back to such habits or behavior,’ Minor wrote.

The 800-inmate Mahan facility began housing transgender women – including those that have yet to undergo gender reassignment surgery – last year after a lawsuit brought by an inmate and the ACLU. It now has 27 trans prisoners.

A source familiar with the prison told DailyMail that cell doors are left open during recreation time, so inmates can theoretically use those periods to sneak into each other’s cells or slip into a bathroom for quickie sex.

Minor was just 16 when she broke into Theotis Butts’s home in Gloucester Township, New Jersey.


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