UK: Trans-Identified Male Rapist Back in Prison for Breaching Harm Prevention Order

A convicted rapist who identifies as a “woman” is back behind bars after breaching the conditions imposed on him to protect the public. Freddie Millar, 31, who also uses the name Xenia Jade-Millar and Xenia Woodward, was sentenced to 16 months in prison for violating a Sexual Harm Prevention Order (SHPO) and notification requirements.

Millar, of Northampton, was first convicted of rape in 2017 and served three years in prison for the crime. In 2020, he was again detained for misconduct, and incarcerated until September 2023. The conditions of his most recent release, as per the SHPO, legally required Millar, a registered sex offender, to disclose any new relationships, devices, and social media accounts to authorities.

Freddie Millar. Source: Facebook

However, during an unannounced check-up conducted by authorities in December of 2023, officers discovered an undisclosed laptop at his residence. Additionally, Millar had become involved in a relationship with a woman without alerting law enforcement.

A follow-up visit in January revealed that Millar had been operating multiple social media accounts under his various aliases — thus violating three stipulations specified in the SHPO.


On February 5, 2024, Millar appeared before Northampton Crown Court, where he was sentenced to one year and four months in prison.

Lead Investigator Detective Constable Will Corlett said in a press release: “Registered sex offenders are very closely managed by our team and I want to be clear that any breaches are dealt with robustly. We do not give second chances or ‘the benefit of the doubt’ – anyone who breaches their order is charged and brought before the courts with a view to sending them to prison.”

“I’m pleased to see Millar jailed as it means the streets of Northampton are that little bit safer,” Constable Corlett added. “I hope this case reassures the public with regards to how seriously we take offences such as this and shows the relentless determination of Northamptonshire Police to put as many people like Millar behind bars.”

Several comments appear to have been deleted from a post made on the Northamptonshire Police Facebook page announcing Millar’s sentencing.

On one Facebook account belonging to Millar, he confirms he identifies as transgender in a post dated December 28, 2023.

“Too [sic] everyone in the world listen to me right now, anyone who has a judge [sic] against me being a transgender come say it to my face,” Millar wrote. “This is just me being nice you don’t want to see me when I lose my sh*t cause trust me I’m dangerous when I’m angry.”

Millar’s sister commented on his post, suggesting that his threatening remarks were “not very lady-like.”

“I have known Freddie all my life and I struggle to believe this is reality, something Freddie struggles with,” she replied. Speaking directly to the 20 year-old woman Millar had become involved with, she added, “I wish you all the best, just be careful.”

The two women then exchanged in a brief back-and-forth, with Millar’s current girlfriend stating that “she is no longer a he and she is no longer Freddie… She is Xenia and why are you saying be careful? However, likewise I wish you all the best.”

During the course of their conversation, it was revealed that Millar had not undergone any surgical interventions. Millar’s sister asserted that she had “an opinion which I’m entitled to,” and insinuated that his history of sexual abuse had made her suspicious of her brother.

“Yes, you’ve done your time, but the nature of what you did, in my humble opinion, is unforgivable. If you are truly transgender, good luck to you… My one and only issue is what you’ve done. Maybe if I didn’t have a daughter I might think differently,” she stated.

Millar’s Facebook profile also suggests he has an estranged son whom he was trying to reestablish contact with.

While it is unclear which prison Millar will be sent to in order to serve the 16-month sentence, an unofficial national sex offender database established to inform the public has recorded his sex as male, and lists his offenses under the name Freddie Millar rather than Xenia.


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Genevieve Gluck

Genevieve is the Co-Founder of Reduxx, and the outlet's Chief Investigative Journalist with a focused interest in pornography, sexual predators, and fetish subcultures. She is the creator of the podcast Women's Voices, which features news commentary and interviews regarding women's rights.

Genevieve Gluck
Genevieve Gluck
Genevieve is the Co-Founder of Reduxx, and the outlet's Chief Investigative Journalist with a focused interest in pornography, sexual predators, and fetish subcultures. She is the creator of the podcast Women's Voices, which features news commentary and interviews regarding women's rights.
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