Clinique Jackson

If you have stopped on this ad… you are in the right place. I posted an ad before, but did not find what I was looking for. This time I am being very specific with my needs & wants, and what I can bring to the table.

For a sneak preview about myself: I am from Atlanta. I am 36 years old, 5’7″. I have been incarcerated almost 3 years. I have gone from being a wild child to being a queen. This 15 year sentence cannot stop my REIGN. I am in an 18 month program called “faith and character”, & a university student. I love listening to music & accomplishing my goals.

I come up for parole in 23 & I am looking to build a true friendship with someone…. maybe more. I hope to communicate with males or females who are stable, has humor & Indulge in laughs. People who can open up & talk about anything. Family situations, sexual intimacy or just life issues.

I am definitely seeking someone who is dependable, & could provide for me if need be! I will bring a listening ear to the table, as well as humor, honesty, great advice and I am sure you will find me very attentive to you. So let’s get the bond started. You can go to jpay.com to set up an account to email me, so I will know you are there. If you send me pre paid postage, I can write you back.

Bottom line… I am looking for the sincere and real! I am looking forward to meeting you. So please email or write me soon!

If you send me pre-paid postage, I can write you back. Please contact me on JPay. You can set up a free account and then each email costs less than a postage stamp.

Click here and then select the state of Georgia and enter inmate ID# 1108723 Select: Clinique Jackson / Agency: Georgia Department of Corrections.

My postal mailing address:

Clinique Jackson
GDC #1108723   E5B126
Pulaski State Prison
PO Box 839
Hawkinsville, GA 31036

Do not send cash, personal checks or stamps. The mail will be rejected and returned to you at the inmate’s expense. The letter(s) inside must be addressed to the inmate on the envelope.
Mail must have a return address (as defined by the USPS ), including an identifiable last name.

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