Priest Kills Young Deacon In BDSM Sex Game Gone Wrong

Story ByAna LacasaSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyCEN

A Catholic priest has been arrested for choking a young deacon – whose funeral he later presided over – to death in a suspected BDSM sex game gone wrong.

According to prosecutors in the central Mexican capital Mexico City, Father Francisco Javier, priest of the Cristo Salvador Church, is the main suspect in the murder of a young deacon and student of the Intercontinental University.

The victim, identified as 29-year-old Leonardo Avendano, was found dead inside his car last week.

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Reports said that the priest was arrested at his church after the police tracked his movements for four days.

The suspect is also the person who reported the victim’s disappearance to the authorities and later performed mass at his funeral, according to local media.

He reportedly knew the victim for over 10 years during his 15-year service at the church. 

Prosecutor Rodrigo de la Riva Robles said that CCTV cameras filmed the victim driving to the priest’s home prior to his death and leaving his car there for four hours until 3.16am.

Then, the victim’s car and another vehicle left the premises and reportedly drove to another location.

According to the prosecutors, the second vehicle left the area 13 minutes later while the victim’s vehicle stayed behind.

Reports said that Avendano’s body was later found inside his car.

Local media suggested that the pair was taking part in a sex game involving erotic asphyxiation and that the victim was accidentally choked to death.

However, prosecutors have not yet confirmed this theory as it is still unclear if the second vehicle was driven by another person and where exactly Avendano died.

In the meantime, the priest has been sent to a pre-trial detention centre as the investigation continues.

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Ana Lacasa

I am a senior writer and journalist and editor of the Spanish desk for the Central European News agency.

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