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Stuart Heron: Man killed in hammer attack by dominatrix girlfriend’s slave (Australia)

BDSM Media News Posted on Tue, September 19, 2023 23:33:02

Acting on orders to “confront” his dominatrix’s boyfriend, a Melbourne slave spent days stalking before killing the man in a horrific parking lot attack.

Source: News.com.au.

AUSTRALIA – Rushed by a hammer-wielding man as he left his apartment building with his dog, Nicholas Cameron “fought for his life”.

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When police arrived just six minutes later they found the 39-year-old fatally injured between two cars and arrested his attacker, Stuart Lindsay Heron, who was trying to leave the scene.

Heron claimed he had spent hours waiting to confront Mr Cameron, a man he did not know, after seeing him “dealing ice to kids”.

But two folders, one titled “target” and the other “Heide”, would identify the real reason he was murdered.

Heron, 50, returned before the Victorian Supreme Court on Monday for a presentence hearing after pleading guilty to Mr Cameron’s July 10, 2021, murder earlier this year.

Outlining the case, crown prosecutor Elizabeth Ruddle KC told the court Heron had been enlisted by his dominatrix, Heide Bos, to “confront” her boyfriend – Mr Cameron.

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Dominatrix Heide Victoria Bos and her ‘willing slave’ allegedly involved in murder plot

BDSM Media News Posted on Sun, August 28, 2022 22:11:41

Source: News.com.au.

AUSTRALIA – MELBOURNE – A Melbourne dominatrix is accused of murder with her “willing slave” in a bizarre plot, with details aired in court for the first time.

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A Melbourne dominatrix is accused of plotting with her “willing slave” to kill another man, but she claims it was never meant to go that far, a court has been told.

Heide Victoria Bos is charged with the murder of 39-year-old Nicholas Cameron, who was found dead at a Sturt St apartment at Southbank on July 10 last year.

The 36-year-old woman’s “submissive”, Stuart Lindsay Heron, allegedly carried out the fatal attack and is also charged with murder.

At the time, homicide Detective Sergeant Sol Solomon described the alleged attack as “extremely brutal”.

During a bail hearing in the Supreme Court of Victoria on Friday, Ms Bos’s lawyers argued that the woman – who was “dominant’ in the relationship” – didn’t intend for Mr Heron to kill the other man.

Ms Bos and Mr Heron met on “FetLife” – a social media site for the BDSM and fetish community – about six weeks before the alleged murder and Mr Heron was paying for the dominatrix’s rent, the court was told.

In messages between the pair, Ms Bos told Mr Heron “you will please your queen” and “you will prove your loyalty”.

Their relationship was a “fantasy-style one of slave and mistress”, Ms Bos’s defence barrister Malcolm Thomas told the court.

He argued that while she believed Mr Heron would “warn off” the other man she did not expect him to cause serious injury or kill him.

Mr Thomas described the case against Ms Bos as “extremely weak” and said she understood there would be “some violence” against the victim but he would be alive at the end of the confrontation.

She also had no idea weapons would be brought into the mix but believed Mr Heron had connections to outlaw motorcycle gangs, the barrister said.

Mr Thomas said there were no specific instructions for Mr Heron to kill the other man

Ms Bos also suffered from PTSD after her previous partner died in a motorbike crash, struggled with drug abuse but had no prior criminal history, the court was told.

Prosecutors argued that Ms Bos should not get bail, as she provided Mr Heron with the whereabouts of the victim, the level of security at the building and lured him to the site of the altercation.

Police allege Mr Heron was a “willing slave” who was anxious to comply with Ms Bos’s instructions.

They argued it was a strong case and it was a “deliberate, violent confrontation”. She also lied to police about not knowing Mr Heron, the court was told.

Justice Christopher Beale rejected Ms Bos’s bid for bail, saying he was not persuaded that the prosecution case was weak, the circumstances of the case had to be considered in combination and the delay before trial was not inordinate.

The case will return to court at a later date.