The lives of two professional dominants arrested for shooting S&M porn with a Catholic priest on the altar of his Louisiana church has been revealed – as the women claim, "Peeping Tom" is the one is perverted to look through the window and catch them red-handed.
Mindy Dixon, 41, and Melissa Cheng, 23, traveled to Pearl River, Louisiana after hours on September 30th to speak with the Reverend Travis Clark, 37, at the Roman Catholic Church of Saints Peter and Paul.
The dominatrices, both clad in corsets and high-heeled boots at the time, were arrested alongside the priest, and the trio was charged with profanity. Following the arrest, Clark, who was ordained a priest in 2013, was suspended from the archdiocese.
Cheng and Dixon insist that they were innocent because all parties were adults, and the incident took place behind closed doors on private property – and that it was the passer-by looking inside who was to blame.
Dixon, based in Seattle, responded to the news by posting a GIF on Twitter of a horned red devil dancing in a sexually suggestive manner entitled, "This is my official damn statement."
On her website, Dixon, who lives with her husband and pug Lily, is called Lady Vi.
She describes herself as "the embodiment of sin exquisitely worked into flesh and bones" and advertises her Dungeon and S&M catalog. She emphasizes that she does not have sex with her customers and that their customers are also not allowed to touch her.
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Mindy Dixon, 41, (left) and 23-year-old Melissa Cheng (right) traveled to Pearl River, Louisiana for a steamy session with the Reverend Travis Clark, 37
Rev. Travis Clark was arrested after allegedly taping himself into a church S&M meeting
"Come to my flame, little moth, feel the heat of my fire and prepare yourself to burn for my affection," she writes.
& # 39; I was told I was an addiction; a disease for which there is no cure. My beauty is intoxicating; A sip is not recommended for the faint of heart.
"I am highly qualified in arming lust and using it to bring men and women to their knees."
Dixon is also a political activist who advocates the rights of sex workers on her Instagram page.
On Twitter she calls herself "Owner of the Church of the Satanatrix".
"My slaves are my parishioners," she writes on Twitter and promotes a video that links to her website. It shows a latex clad Dixon encouraging her to "worship".
"Welcome to the community, we were expecting you", says the slogan.
Your services in Washington State are legal.
"Lady Vi strictly obeys all Washington state laws and expects the same of her submissives," she explains.
Mindy Dixon from Seattle is called Lady Vi and lives with her husband and her pug
Cheng, who was arrested next to her, describes herself as a & # 39; Chinese / German 5 & # 39; 11 goddess & # 39; near Atlanta but returning to LA in 2020
She also announces that she "recently discovered a passion for old nursery rhymes and poetry".
She collects books on occultism and describes herself as "attracted to the morbid and the dark".
"I am known for my love for pugs and I collect curios, creepy art and dead things," she writes.
"I love music, food, international and national travel, explore other people's passions and try new experiences."
The website Nola.com reported that Dixon said on social media that she was traveling to the New Orleans area to smear a house of God with another dominatrix.
Cheng, who was arrested next to her, describes herself as a & # 39; Chinese / German 5 & # 39; 11 goddess & # 39; near Atlanta but returning to LA in 2020.
For the past 12 months, Cheng has offered her domina services in Detroit, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, and Los Angeles.
Cheng writes, “I have studied the art of domination for years and it is my greatest passion.
“I love taking a person apart, taking them apart, and then putting them back together … my way.
Cheng and Dixon (pictured in their mug shots) insist they were innocent because all parties were adults and the incident also took place behind closed doors on private property – and that it was the passer-by who looked in who was to blame
A passerby noticed the lights in the Roman Catholic Church of Saints Peter and Paul (picture)
"To be able to bend men to my will and to bring those in power to their knees is a talent that I take for granted."
Cheng charges $ 350 an hour, she says, and provides a list of the fetishes she'll be recording.
"I'm also pretty good at martial arts, home schooled rather than classes that start as a kid," she writes.
“Be warned, I am extremely powerful and flexible.
'My ability to deliver flying kicks, spinning kicks, round kicks, side kicks, and paddle kicks to my opponent's weak, vulnerable areas with unprecedented lethal accuracy.
"Remember … I wasn't born with the Ming The Merciless sobriquet.
It's not clear who arranged the illegal ecclesiastical association that ended with Dixon, Cheng and Clark in jail, but the two Domaintrices are known to have traveled to Louisiana and met with the pastor on September 30th.
The trio was caught red-handed by a passerby who noticed that the lights in the Roman Catholic Church of Saints Peter and Paul were on after hours.
He looked at the window and saw the scantily clad women in corsets and the priest partially dressed. Stage lights, sex toys and a cell phone on a tripod should also be on the stage.
Dixon says she is "highly skilled at arming lust" and offers a range of "services".
It's not clear who arranged the illegal church association that ended up in jail with Dixon, Cheng and Clark, but the two Domaintrices are known to have traveled to Louisiana and met with the pastor on September 30th. Dixon, 41, (left) and Cheng, 23, (right)
Cheng is called Empress Ming for her work as a dominatrix
The three were arrested on the spot and charged with profanity, but their attorney told DailyMail.com that it was not their fault.
"Everyone involved agreed to adults," said Bradley Phillips. “Everything that happened was behind closed doors on private property, and none of the alleged conduct was criminal in nature.
“The fact that this concerned a priest or took place in a church is completely irrelevant.
“The only relevant question is whether it took place with the public in mind. Of course that is not the case.
The evidence will show that a person had to enter the private property of the church and look through a window to see what was going on. So by definition it was not publicly visible. & # 39;
Phillips said it was "appalling" that Dixon and Cheng were "so slandered".
He added, "I would implore anyone who wishes to pass judgment to direct their energies elsewhere."
Clark, who was suspended, did not comment.
Following the incident, Archbishop Gregory Aymond, Archbishop of New Orleans Archdiocese, visited the church to perform a ritual to restore the sanctity of the altar, which is the most sacred of the church interiors.
Aymond said Monday that Rev. Carol would replace Shirima Clark starting October 11th.
Clark was released from prison for a $ 25,000 loan. Cheng and Dixon announced $ 7,500 bonds.
All three could sit in prison for six months to three years if convicted of profanity.
Church law says that if sacred places are injured, they must be "repaired by penitential rite" before they can be used again.
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