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Convicted killer Erica Jenkins asks for name change to Elluminati Egoddess Erikka Prestige
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Convicted killer Erica Jenkins asks for name change to Elluminati Egoddess Erikka Prestige

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Erica Jenkins, a convicted killer serving a life sentence for murder and 20-30 years for beating another inmate in the prison in York, has asked that her name be legally changed to Elluminati Egoddess Erikka Prestige. She has petitioned the court for a hearing in July. She is pictured with her then-defense attorney Christopher Johnson during a hearing in York County District Court.

 

YORK – Erica Jenkins, 31, an inmate at the Nebraska Correctional Center for Women in York who is serving a life sentence for murder (with additional decades for robbery, assault by a confined person and being a habitual criminal) is asking for her name to be changed.

Jenkins has petitioned the York County District Court, asking for a hearing to be held July 12, so her name change request can be considered.

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She is asking that her name be legally changed from Erica Ashley Jenkins to Elluminati Egoddess Erikka Prestige.

Jenkins is serving a life sentence for the 2013 slaying of Curtis Bradford of Omaha. She is the sister of death-row inmate Nikko Jenkins, who participated in Bradford’s killing and was responsible for three other murders. She also has a decades-long sentence for robbery associated with the killing.

Jenkins is also serving a 20-30-year sentence for the beating of fellow NCCW inmate, Christine Bordeaux. Jenkins was found guilty by a York County jury of assaulting Bordeaux (her cousin, who testified against the Jenkins siblings in the Bradford case). In that situation, Bordeaux suffered a concussion, broken arm and nose.

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