The trans inmate reportedly impregnated two female prisoners at a women’s only jail. Shortly after, the trans prisoner got ‘stunning news’. The 27-year-old trans woman, Demy, wrote about how corrections officers targeted her because of her tran-gender status. According to her, one prison guard reportedly mocked her when she asked to be searched by a female officer. According to the court documents, Demy was convicted to 30 years behind bars for stabbing her foster dad to death.
The trans woman got stunning news: she has been moved to a men’s prison where she is being held in a vulnerable unit. The 27-year-old inmate wrote in her blog that she was misgendered and beaten by corrections officers during transfer and is now at risk of being attacked by men in correctional facility. After getting two women pregnant at the women’s facility, she was moved to another correctional facility. The inmate was allegedly attacked by prison guards during her transfer and attempted to commit suicide. She was placed on suicide watch after attempting to hang herself to death during her transfer to the men’s prison. And in another post on the blog, Demy claims that the correctional officers attacked her during her transfer from the women’s facility to the men’s facility.
Before she was moved, she was temporarily held at the State Prison, where guards called her “a he” at least thirty times. Demy became a headline after news broke that she impregnated two women. Minor opened up about being forced to live in a male prison on her blog. She said she was shipped to the male facility due to the fact that I had hung myself in the van. I was placed on suicide watch. Prior to going to this darkly lit cell, I attempted to ask officers if I could be strip-searched by a female officer, which I felt comfortable doing. The Lieutenant refused and mocked me as I asked for this.
He said if I did not follow his commands to allow two male officers to strip search me, he was going to cut all my clothes off of me and place me in a dry cell. I cried and complied with his commands as the male officer said things to me that I perceived as wrong. I was placed in a dark cell within detention housing as inmates who are on watch are placed in the detention unit and not the infirmary.” Demy was allowed to keep her makeup but believed that if she wore it in the male facility, it would be nothing but “a death wish.” She wrote, “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.”