A Nigerian Woman’s Secret Life As A Prostitute In The UK Revealed After She Was Found Murdered, See Photos

Mother-of-one Jessica McGraa, 36, from London, who told friends she worked as a stripper to help pay for bringing up her son but was in fact working as a £200-an-hour prostitute, was found dead at a flat in Aberdeen

A doting Niegrian Born mother’s secret double life as a £1,800-a-night prostitute has emerged after she was found brutally murdered in a rented flat 600 miles from the home she shared with her young son.

Jessica McGraa, 36, told friends she worked as a stripper to help pay for bringing up her son but was in fact working as a £200-an-hour sex worker who travelled across the UK to offer her services.



The Nigerian-born mother, who left her son at home in London when she travelled the country for work, was found dead at a flat in Aberdeen and a murder investigation has now been launched.

Police have arrested a 25-year-old man in connection with her death last Friday and he was due to appear at Aberdeen Sheriff Court yesterday.

Relatives of Ms McGraa said they were too upset to talk at their north-west London home last night.

Friends also expressed their shock at discovering the mother was working as a prostitute.

One said: ‘I thought she was a dancer in clubs – I had no idea what was really going on. But it doesn’t change my opinion of her.’



Ms McGraa, who offered the ‘ultimate girlfriend experience’, boasted online of taking regular holidays around the world and promoted her services under the names Ebony Bianca, Kelly West and B Bianca.

According to the Adult Work website, she charged up to £1,800-a-night and took bookings from men, women and couples and was currently ‘on tour’ around the UK.

She described herself as ‘classic, stylish, naughty, horny, sexy’. The site has topless photos of her with her face blurred out.

She wrote: ‘My face is covered to protect myself as I’m ultra-discreet. I have my regular job and a private life. Do be polite when you call me.’

Ms McGraa grew up in Aberdeen and later moved to Manchester before settling in London.

She described her son as the ‘love of my life’ and her Facebook page was full of photographs of the pair together.

In one post, she said: ‘Love me love my son.’ In 2014 she wrote online: ‘None of us will die unfulfilled. We all shall make a formidable impact in this world.’

Daily Mail

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