Please disable your Ad Blocker to better interact with this website.

Connect with us

Culture

UCLA Professor Dead After Bizarre Hollyweird BDSM Ritual

Published

on

An instructor charged with teaching America’s youth at a prestigious university is dead after a BDSM ritual went horribly wrong in November.

“Stairs located on the side of the house go down to the basement doorway,” says a report from a Coroner’s Ivestigator. “The basement is outfitted as a BDSM-style dungeon. The room is equipped with padded floor tiles, a St. Andrews cross, a ladder back chair, a padded examination table and a metal cage. Racks on the walls contain numerous floggers, paddles, crops, canes, leather masks and hoods and ropes are noted in the room. A cabinet of fetish accessories are noted in the room. Numerous eye hooks are observed on the ceiling and ceiling beams for suspension and bondage.”

The death of Professor Doran George, 47, went unreported until crime journalist Mark Ebner discussed the incident on his podcast last week. George died during a “recreational mummification bondage” activity. George, aside from molding the minds of America’s youth, was a “dancer and avant-garde choreographer,” according to The Sun.

George died in the home of Skip Chasey, a popular Hollywood executive who is well known in the Los Angeles BDSM community. Chasey works at William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, a giant in the talent agency business. Before that, he brokered deals for television series’ like 24, Arrested Development, and Parenthood.

Trending: EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Man Runs Across Street To Punch Trump Supporter Outside CNN Headquarters

Known as “Master Skip” in the BDSM world, Chasey is the co-founder of People of Leather Among You (PLAY). PLAY’s motto is “Blood may be thicker than water, but leather is thicker than blood.”

“While we were unaware of the circumstances surrounding this personal matter until now, we understand that the police file is closed and no charges were brought,” WME told Page Six. “If other facts develop we will re-evaluate the situation and determine any appropriate action to take.”

George and Chasey reportedly had a consensual seven-month relationship before George’s death.

“[G]eorge developed expertise in the areas of LGBTQ and Disability Studies, teaching regularly in those programs at UCLA and also teaching a variety of courses at California Institute of the Arts and UC/Riverside,” according to a remembrance page on UCLA’s website. “Vibrant, vital, and ALIVE, George was highly respected, revered, and adored by faculty, peers, colleagues, students, and friends.”

Bypass Tech Censorship!

Facebook, Twitter and Google are actively restricting conservative content through biased algorithms. Silicon Valley doesn't want you to read our articles. Bypass the censorship, sign up for our newsletter now!

 

Join the conversation!

We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.

Thanks for sharing!

We invite you to become a Big League Politics insider. Sign up for our free email newsletter, and we'll make sure to keep you in the loop.

Send this to a friend