Dominatrix spends Government Covid loan on kinky dungeon

Dominatrix spends Government Covid loan on kinky dungeon

Dominatrix on £200,000-a-year spends £50,000 Government Covid loan on kinky dungeon featuring whipping tables and a sex swing

  • Sex worker, 50, converted cellar of her £700,000 Leeds home into dungeon 
  • She was able to receive maximum loan and runs business as therapist enterprise 
  • Said: ‘I’m all above board, in as much as I pay my taxes. I’m even VAT-registered’

A dominatrix who earns £200,00 a year spent a £50,000 Government Covid loan on a kinky dungeon complete with whipping table and sex swing.  

The sex worker, 50, who did not want to be named, has converted the drab cellar of her £750,000 house in Leeds into a dungeon room with all the bells and whistles. 

She was able to receive the maximum loan allowance and runs her business as a counselling and therapist enterprise. 

The sex worker, 50, who did not want to be named, has converted the drab cellar of her £750,000 house in Leeds into a dungeon room with all the bells and whistles. Stock picture

The woman, who spends her days charging men £250 an hour for her to whip them, told The Sun: ‘I’m all above board, in as much as I pay my taxes. I’m even VAT-registered.

‘I run my firm as a counselling and therapist enterprise so was entitled to the maximum, which I’ll pay over ten years.’

The sex worker, who drives a £60,000 Mercedes, quit her job as a marketing executive to pursue her dominatrix career. 

She added: ‘The Government will get their cash back with interest, so everyone’s a winner.’ 

She was able to receive the maximum loan allowance and runs her business as a counselling and therapist enterprise. Stock picture

It comes after more than 1.4 million businesses which took out pandemic ‘bounce back’ loans will be given more time to repay them in an attempt to prevent widespread defaults.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced a ‘pay as you grow’ scheme in February that will give firms more breathing room to deal with their debts.

Almost £45billion has been loaned to businesses under the Government scheme, with banks providing state-backed loans of up to £50,000.

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