GP privileged of attack after Fifty Shades of Grey-style spanking event left …
October 17, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
A Fifty Shades of Grey-loving GP has been privileged of attack after spanking her millionaire partner so tough with a shaft he was left lonesome in draining wounds.
Elvira Blakemore, 41, strike successful businessman James Austin, 57, between 25 and 35 times on his unclothed behind with a bamboo cane, a justice heard.
The NHS alloy whacked her fiance with such force a shaft eventually snapped.
She afterwards poured champagne on his behind observant “Alcohol is good for a wounds”, Croydon Crown Court heard.
Mr Austin was left in such pain he was forced to dial 999.
Paramedics attended and suggested he go to hospital.
He after told police: “I asked her to stop, though she didn’t. She had a demeanour of hatred in her eyes, though we adore her.”
Dr Blakemore, however, told a officers he was fibbing when she was arrested.
She denied attack and a jury took only 15 mins to transparent her of a assign on Friday.
The justice listened how Dr Blakemore and Mr Austin had enjoyed a whirlwind intrigue after assembly around an online dating site.
Dr Blakemore changed into Mr Austin’s £3.6million palace in Locksbottom, Kent, and a integrate shortly got engaged.
Mr Austin also certified a integrate went to Ann Summers and bought certain items, including a spanking paddle.
But things incited green after a span quarrelled during their rendezvous party.
Mr Austin upheld out exposed when he pronounced he awoke to find Dr Blakemore attack him.
He claimed: “I went to bed and was some-more or reduction defunct when she entered a room distracted and started attack me with a garden cane.”
But Dr Blakemore, who was innate in Chechnya, gave a justice a opposite chronicle of events, claiming a spanking was consenual.
In her defence, Dr Blakemore told a court: “He told me to get on with it and we came in and sat on him and caned him.
“The indicate of caning is a contrariety between unpleasant kick and touching a physique and he said, ‘Go on baby.'”
Dr Blakemore wept as she was privileged – both parties declined to criticism as they left court.