Mom speaks out for first time since her ‘online exhibitionist’ daughter was found dead

The mother of a woman who was living a second life as an online adult entertainer that was found dead outside of her home earlier this month has opened up about her daughter’s life.

Dawn Martin West was found dead in the street outside her family home in Calera, Alabama, on January 13 around 5am.

Martin’s mother, Nancy Martin, released a statement to the public on Monday about her daughter who was working as an ‘online exhibitionist’ with a $15.99-a-month subscription website.

“It seems so impossible for the extreme sadness and grief we feel as the loss of our beautiful daughter Kat to ever diminish or decease however, the Lord is our hope and our salvation, and he can turn our mourning into comfort.”

“God wants to encourage us and relieve our suffering if we will just go to him at all times. And his word is powerful enough to bring healing and solace even during our darkest hours,” Martin wrote.

“My family asks for your prayers and support in our time of loss. My beautiful daughter Kat was not just my daughter but a cherished wife to Jeff, as well as a loving mother to their daughter.”

Her husband Jeff, 44, is an unsworn Birmingham Southern College campus police officer and veteran of the U.S. Army.  The two met and were married while he was serving in the Army.


“So much negativity is out there, but with God all I see and hear is the goodness of my Kat. My family and I ask for help in the services to lay our daughter to rest with the good Lord, to where she will be guiding her daughter and husband through this. If you’re not able to make a donation we ask for prayers,” Martin added.

A self-proclaimed “Full Time Wife & Mommy” on social media Kathleen Dawn West was better known on the sordid corners of the web as “Kitty Kat West,” an exhibitionist who used a subscription-based service to flaunt her body for those willing to pay for a look.

Found partially-nude outside of her home in Calera by a young female neighbor, the 42-year-old’s death has been ruled as a homicide despite very few leads to go on.

In a town where the average murder rate hovers around one-per-year, the level of shock and concern is pretty understandable.

Family members, police and neighbors have been rather tight-lipped on the case. Police investigators spent most of January 13 at West’s home and have worked around the clock since then.

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