News Ashleigh Marchant went into care when she was 12 or She's now 22 and loving life playing football for AFC Wimbledon Image: Ashleigh Marchant Like any young person, the moment she got her first flat was a red letter day for Ashleigh Marchant. Ashleigh Marchant was raised in care from the age of 12 or 13 but now hopes to build a career as an army medic Ashleigh is one of the care leavers who are looked after by Westminster City Council which offers help including budget workshops run by job centre staff as well as support in moving into their homes. She went into care when she was 12 or 13 after some really tough times including a spell staying with friends and sofa surfing and some time in hospital. A foster family also supported her and are still on hand to help out. My foster parents encouraged me to play.
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Photo by channel4. The police and Interpol investigation was stopped after revealing no evidence of further murders but now UK journalist Adrian Gatton, who has a background in making documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4, is investigating the case for a book on Thompson and believes there is far more to her Bulgarian story than meets the eye. For a decade she has targeted men sexually, financially and physically. I, for one, am very glad to see her behind bars. Thompson, 40, was however jailed for three years and nine months at Lewes Crown Court on 15 counts of deception involving thousands of pounds that she stole from her husband Richard, 42, and two other lovers. After the jury found her not guilty of trying to kill her third husband as he lay tied up and naked on the bathroom floor of their home in Rustington, West Sussex, in January, police announced that they were re-opening the investigation into the death of Julian Webb, Thompson's second husband. The prosecution claimed that Thompson had attempted to kill her husband because he had discovered that she had lied about winning GBP on the National Lottery and that the money she had was, in fact, stolen from him and other men.