Rookie dominatrix chokes customer to death during BSDM sex, leaves him in 'bindings impossible to remove'

Madeleine Joan Lewin has been charged with manslaughter after defending herself in court

Rookie dominatrix chokes customer to death during BSDM sex, leaves him in 'bindings impossible to remove'
Madeline Lewin had been hired by Anthony Brady for BDSM sex (Photo via NSW Police and Queensland Police)
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CAIRNS, AUSTRALIA: A professional dominatrix was convicted of manslaughter on September 8, after inadvertently killing a client. The odd turn of events before the supreme court in Cairns, Australia, involved the accused, Madeleine Joan Lewin, defending herself against the charges. Her victim, businessman Anthony Brady, was discovered dead in a hotel room at the Sunshine Tower Hotel, on August 12, 2020. 

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In less than an hour, the jury returned a unanimous guilty judgment after Lewin failed to confront any witnesses or provide her version of events, according to ABC. The 34-year-old did not deliver a closing argument to the jury, provided no evidence to the court, and left her documents on the floor next to her.

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Madeline Lewin. (Photo via Queensland Police)
Madeline Lewin. (Photo via Queensland Police)

 

The judge reminded the jury that Lewin's inability to provide evidence should not be deemed "proof against her" as a result of the novel strategy, which surprised the court. Brady was found dead and bound in bondage attire when police arrived at the crime scene in Lewin's hotel room, the court heard, with some of the bindings being "impossible to remove."

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The jury was given CCTV evidence that appeared to show Lewin leaving the hotel quickly after seeing a customer and before taking a taxi to a friend's residence. A string of communications, according to ABC, revealed Brady, 52, had planned to meet Lewin at the hotel for an hour of her sexual services, which would have cost something around $350.

The last time Brady was seen alive, he was spotted strolling across Cairns from his hotel to the one where Lewin was waiting for him, withdrawing money from a nearby ATM, and then taking a lift up to her room, as shown on surveillance film. Lewin's activities were "inherently risky," according to the prosecution, who said she had not taken the necessary precautions to safeguard her client's safety. Lewin declined when Justice Henry suggested that he ask her permission to visit a psychiatrist before handing down her conviction. "There was a requirement that Ms Lewin be effectively hypervigilant about his ongoing health and safety in the course of a professional service that was being provided to him," he stated. 

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He continued by saying that based on how Brady's corpse was discovered, it wasn't likely that Lewin tried to administer any first aid or made any calls to a doctor. The director of the website where Lewin advertised her services using a fictitious name will also testify at the trial, the jury was informed. Lewin is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday, September 9. 

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