Dominatrix In Court After Man Dies In BDSM Dungeon

Story ByKoen BerghuisSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyCEN

This kinky dominatrix has gone on trial over the death of one her sex slaves after she allegedly injected him with almost a litre of anaesthetics in her BDSM dungeon.

The 29-year-old dominatrix from the Belgian town of Melle, who was only publicly identified as ‘Ms S.’, is currently on trial over the death of one of her clients who was only identified as a man in his fifties from the Brussels area.

The man, a gardening contractor who reportedly became addicted to the anaesthetic procaine after he had a serious labour accident, was searching for a new dominatrix in 2017 when he found the services of Ms S. posted in an online ad.

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He contacted the woman and is said to have told her that “it is very important for me that you can inject me with the substance”.

After a 30-minute phone call, the two are alleged to have agreed to a meeting in the torture basement run by Ms S. and her boyfriend.

On 20th August 2017, the man reportedly sat down half-naked in the special S&M chair in the basement, administering himself an IV-drip and ordering Ms S. to inject one litre of procaine, which is widely used in dentistry as an anaesthetic and also known under the trade name Novocain, into his bloodstream.

Prosecutors claim he started by filling 50 syringes with half a litre of procaine in total and giving them to Ms S., but after she allegedly administered a few injections into the IV drip something went wrong and her client suffered a heart attack, dying in her basement.

When paramedics and cops arrived at the scene, both the dominatrix and her boyfriend are alleged to have given false reports, saying that the dead man was a family friend who had been visiting them when he suddenly became unwell out of the blue.

However, investigators later found out about the alleged nature of the visit and the procaine, with Ms S. being charged by prosecutors with purposely administering harmful substances leading to death, and her boyfriend with aiding her in the process.

The prosecutor said: “Ms S. should have known that it would end badly, she knew the dangers.”

According to the prosecutors, both Ms S. and her boyfriend researched more about Novocain on the internet before agreeing to the wishes of the man.

Their lawyers, however, argued that the man is responsible for his own death, saying he was suicidal and that his ex-wife and GP tried to alert his loved ones about his mental state of mind.

The lawyer said: “He knew the dangers of procaine all too well. He used the substance for 17 years.”

Ms S. said that she and her boyfriend only agreed to the unusual request because “we had financial difficulties and received 700 EUR (617 GBP) for it”.

She said: “He was so convincing.”

If found guilty, Ms S. faces up to three years in prison, with her boyfriend facing a suspended sentence of up to two years.

The trial is ongoing.

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Koen Berghuis

Editor of DACHS / Benelux desk for Central European News, roving correspondent with a penchant for travel, culture, geopolitics, history and the in-depth story behind the headlines.

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