Around the world, rough sex is getting people into all sorts of trouble….
In Britain, a woman has been jailed after advertising as a dominatrix, then falsely accusing one of her clients of rape:
Kirsty Sowden, 21, met the man she would go on to accuse of attacking her after advertising herself as a ‘BDSM princess’ – standing for Bondage, Domination and Sadomasochism – on a no-strings attached website.
Although she was trying for a baby with her boyfriend at the time, she visited Andrew Boarer’s home and voluntarily participated in a sex session that involved her wearing a leather dog lead and being spanked.
Shortly after leaving the flat in Maidstone, Kent, however, she became racked by guilt and called police claiming she had been raped. She said a balding stranger in his 40s had raped her in a park after grabbing her arm as she left a gym in nearby Gravesend. Police eventually untangled the dominatrix’s web of lies and charged her with perverting the course of justice.
Robin Mortimer, 58, was discovered found dead at the villa of self-styled torturer Miss Lucrezia – known as “Europe’s most perverted dominatrix” – in a tiny hamlet in western Belgium. The father-of-one had paid £600 to be ‘punished’ by two leather-clad women in a medieval-style ‘dungeon’, it was claimed.
He may have choked on a rubber ball or died after taking an anaesthetic designed to prolong sadistic sex sessions, prosecutors said. According to police sources, Mr Mortimer was found in a shower cubicle, trussed up and wearing a leather ‘gimp’ mask with a ball on a chain around his neck.
And in Sweden, a man is accused of assault after a rough sex session with a young girl, who purportedly asked to be roughed up:
The teenager, on the instructions of the 32-year-old man, penned a letter declaring that she wanted to be “used, abused and thoroughly humiliated”. When the pair met the girl was, among other things, locked into a cage and had clamps attached to her breasts…” The disturbing case asks the question, “To what extent can consent preclude the need for violent sex?
Read more: http://www.thelocal.se/27068/20100606/