A transgender woman convicted of filming pornographic videos of her 7-year-old daughter has been revealed as one of the transgender inmates being housed at a troubled all-female New Jersey prison.
Marina Volz, 34, is serving her 25 year sentence at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility for Women alongside her accomplice Ashley Romero, 30, also a trans woman who participated in the sickening child sex abuse, according to jail records reviewed by The Post.
Volz — who went by Matthew before transitioning — is now listed as “female” in official prison records.
Volz and Mahan were two of four people found guilty of running a porn company out of Volz’s basement in Franklin Township in Somerset County.
A source inside of the prison told Reduxx that Volz still has male genitalia.
Volz and Romero are looking to tie the knot while behind bars in an apparent effort to share a cell, an inmate told the outlet.
Last month, protesters demanded that transgender inmates be removed from the Garden State’s only all-female corrections facility.
At least 10 transgender women, including one who claims she has a “taste for blood,” are housed there.
#GetMenOut activists gathered outside of the state capital and read letters from four biologically female inmates at the Edna Mahan Correctional Facility.
The women described from behind bars their fears at being housed with biological men who identify as women, particularly in regards to sexual assault.
One transgender inmate impregnated two women at the facility last year.
Volz, Romero and Sean Allen, 54, were convicted in 2022 of operating a “pornography production studio specializing in amateur, BDSM and taboo fetish content,” investigators found, according to NJ.com.
Dulcinea Gnecco, 21, also pleaded guilty to two counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
According to the Somerset County Prosecutor’s Office, Volz brought her 7-year-old daughter from Oregon to New Jersey to carry out the abuse.