Businessman Humiliated After Being ‘Outed’ By Dominatrix Who Revealed His Sexual Quirks

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January 14, 2016 7:51am PST

A supercar salesman was humiliated recently when his deviant sexual lifestyle was outed by a jaded dominatrix.

According to Metro, Sarah Smith, 43, said she wanted to tell “the world” about married Jonathan White, 47, because she wanted to warn his family and others about his behavior.

White reportedly hired Smith to be his “dominating mistress,” and they engaged in a casual relationship using his sex-toy filled purple BDSM playroom in his home. However, things took a turn for the worse months later when White abruptly ended the relationship in November of 2013.

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Smith, who is employed as a carer by day, lost it when White tried to break up with her, causing £6,800 worth of damage to his black Nissan 370 sports car by carving the word “Gimp” into the side panels, slashing all the tires, the soft-top roof and shattering the windshield.

Over the next nine months, Smith bombarded White with emails and texts, causing him to move jobs over 150 miles away to get away from the stalking and harassment.

Smith told the court that White reestablished a relationship with her between February and May of 2014, and during that time she visited his home every weekend believing that he loved her and wanted to marry her.

All was going well until Smith found emails and “distressing adult sites” where White “advertised himself as a prostitute.” Seeing this, Smith became “angry and irrational” and went about putting together a “character assassination” of White.

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Metro reported on what she did:

She told his family, including ex-wife of 15-years Amanda, his brother, nephew and niece over Facebook, over fears he ‘might hurt somebody’.

Smith, of Bristol, then sent nine brown envelopes to his new bosses at Radical Sportscars with photos of him tied to a cross, surrounded by sex toys and whips, wearing a female corset, trousers and eye mask.

Another featuring Mr White showed him engaging in a ‘Tug of War’ – where his penis was tied to someone else’s nipple by a piece of string.

It pushed Mr White to the verge of a nervous breakdown and, following his suspension from work, he went to the police and begged: ‘Please help me.’

Simon Edwards, prosecuting, said they were ‘acts of malice’ and ‘intrusions into his privacy’.

He said: ‘It was the ultimate humiliation, and not one he was meant to enjoy. Like it or loathe it, there is nothing illegal about BDSM. It’s not against the law, providing the participants act within the constraints of the law. We are at liberty to do whatever we get kicks from in the privacy of our homes.’

The court heard Smith has convictions from the early 1990s for loitering, when she said she worked as a prostitute after being ‘groomed’ into doing so.

She described how a friend who was working in BDSM helped her set up a profile online because it was ‘better than the alternative of prostitution’.

Mr White was her first BDSM customer, and Smith said she was hired to fill the void in a three way BDSM relationship Mr White had with some friends.

Smith said she was ‘naive’ as she she believed all she would have to do was ‘flog a man’.

Smith denies a count of stalking involving serious alarm, harassment or distress between November 1 2014 and July 31 2014.

The trial continues.

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