SALT LAKE CITY (ABC 4 News) - There will be no jailhouse wedding for neo-Nazi skinhead and accused murderer Curtis Allgier. It's not that he is calling it off; he says it was never on.
In a phone interview with ABC 4, Allgier said these types of proposals happen all the time, "I've had over 600 women ask me to marry them since I've been here." He is amazed that a woman would actually claim that it is going to happen.
"Yeah, that's delusional," Allgier exclaimed. "I'm not get getting married."
Erika Herrera Simpson of Sacrament said she was Curtis Allgier's bride-to-be. She claimed they would be married in the Salt Lake County jail on August 8th at 9:00am.
Simpson even went so far as to claim that their upcoming nuptials proved that Allgier is not a racist. Simpson said she is of Hawaiian and Hispanic descent.
Allgier made fun of that claim. "She didn't think I'm a white supremacist? The 115 Swastikas on my body... that didn't give it away?"
Allgier did admit receiving a letter -- maybe two -- from Erika Simpson, but marriage? He says no way.
"I've been married before and not for the right reasons and I'm not going through that again," he concluded.
Allgier has a long criminal record going back to 1998. He's now in jail awaiting trial for the murder of a corrections officer during a failed escape.
If convicted, Allgier could be sentenced to death.