Abi Freeman (born 1958, formerly known as Rosalind Tasgal, Rosalind Hora and Morningstar Kings) was raised in an Orthodox Jewish family and joined the Children of God in 1974 at age 16. She has worked for the organization in a number of countries including Iran (where she lived in a Family Home with Lawrence Corley), India, Turkey, Pakistan, Austria, Russia, Hungary and the United Kingdom.
During the 1980s, she and her husband, Elliot Hora (Paul Kings), held leadership positions (including the position of Visiting Servant) in India and other countries. She served as a secretary to former EURCRO Continental Officer Mark Lloyd from approximately 1993 until 1996. She lives in Britain and was the organization's primary spokesperson in Europe until sometime in 2006.
On September 22, 2006 Freeman was arrested in Britain on suspicion of child abuse. She was later released on bail. On October 5, 2006, the Crown Prosecution Service decided not to prosecute the case. 
- London Times: Revenge of a son on cult of free love — 2005-01-23
- London Times: 'After my mother, all I need is one bullet for myself' — 2005-02-09
- Evening Standard: The Little Girl Seduced in the Name of God — 2005-03-09
- Dagbladet: Guds misbrukte barn — 2005-04-09 (Norwegian)
- New Humanist: Judgement days — 2006-05-17
- Daily Express: How Close Is The End of The World? — 2007-08-20
Writings by Freeman
- Intervention by Abi Freeman, European lnformation Department of the Family lnternational — document presented by Freeman to the OSCE Conference on Anti-Semitism and on Other Forms of Intolerance in Cordoba, Spain – 2005-06
- Abi Freeman lies about COG History saying 'no girls were sent out to do prostitution' on BBC 4 Dec 2004 – from MovingOn — 2005-01-30
- Who replaced Freeman as primary spokesperson in Europe and when this occurred has has not yet been confirmed by xFamily.org editors.
- Her arrest, subsequent release on bail and the eventual decision by CPS not to prosecute has been confirmed to an xFamily.org editor by reliable sources.