‘Inexperienced’ dominatrix ‘suffocated man to death’ in steamy hotel sex session

A woman has taken the unusual step of defending herself in court after being accused of manslaughter.

Madeleine Joan Lewin is representing herself at Cairns Supreme Court in a trial over the death of Anthony Brady, a 52-year-old businessman who was found dead on the sixth floor of Sunshine Tower Hotel, Cairns, on the evening of August 12, 2020.

The prosecution alleges that Ms Lewin, 34, had been hired as a dominatrix by the victim, but that her lack of experience in the field led to Mr Brady suffocating to death.

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Crown prosecutor Nathan Crane told the court that Mr Brady had been tied down and was unable to move while his breathing had been restricted in an “inherently dangerous” sex act.

Mr Crane continued: “In those circumstances, there just wasn't the reasonable care and skill by Ms Lewin when having the oversight of that bondage arrangement,” reports the Townsville Bulletin.

He added that there was nothing to suggest that Ms Lewin had “any significant degree of experience” in BDSM restraint.

“There was a requirement that Ms Lewin be effectively hyper-vigilant about his ongoing health and safety in the course of a professional service that was being provided to him,” he added.

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ABC News reports that in his opening address to the jury, Mr Crane said Mr Brady was in the hotel room "under a presumed consensual arrangement".

But, he alleged, the sex act went wrong.

Mr Crane said Mr Brady was found with his legs and wrists bound, a hood over his head and a gag in his mouth.

The likely cause of his death was "mechanical asphyxiation", the court heard.

He went on to say that Ms Lewin did not have "any significant degree of experience" in dominatrix-type services.

She had only bought the gag found with Mr Brady hours before his first message to her the previous day, the court heard.

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The jury was told they would hear evidence during the trial from former clients of Ms Lewin and from the director of a website where she listed her services under an alias.

Mr Brady was in Cairns for work and was reported missing after he failed to check out of his room at a different hotel and did not attend some work-related tasks the morning after his death.

The court heard he had already checked in for his flight home to Brisbane shortly before he walked to meet Ms Lewin.

His wife is also listed among the witnesses in the trial.

The trial before Justice James Henry continues.

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