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Woman Bitten, Beaten With Bat When Dominatrix Demonstration Goes Bad: Cops

A New Lenox woman was showing off her skills as a dominatrix in a Beecher trailer when things went wrong, a sheriff's deputy said.

Woman Bitten, Beaten With Bat When Dominatrix Demonstration Goes Bad: Cops
CHICAGO — Two women met so one could take nude pictures of the other, which turned into a display of dominatrix techniques that led to unwanted biting and a softball-bat beating, and finally to county deputies finding one of the ladies hysterical and screaming for help in front of a trailer, according to testimony from a felony trial in Will County court.

Kimberly Williams, 46, of Park Forest faces charges of aggravated battery and battery in connection with the alleged January biting and bat attack.

Williams made the acquaintance of 49-year-old New Lenox woman Theresa Washington through an unspecified website, said Will County Deputy Patrick Jones.

"She met Washington on a website and she wanted her to come over and take pictures," Jones said. Washington was to take nude pictures of Williams for a magazine, he said.

The women rendezvoused at a restaurant, according to the testimony of a second deputy, Kevin Spencer, and then made their way to the trailer in Beecher where Williams was living at the time.

Once they were at the trailer, Williams revealed she had been a dominatrix "and was showing (Washington) some activities involved in that," Spencer said.

These "activities" included "hair pulling" and "a-- slapping," according to prosecutor Sara Shutts.

Things apparently soured at some point, as Spencer told of being sent to investigate reports of a woman screaming for help and finding Washington lying in the grass, "afraid and hysterical."

"She stated she had been struck by a baseball bat," he said, and told how Washington was bleeding from a "golf-ball sized lump on her forehead."

Washington also had "defensive wounds" to her hands, he said, and bite marks on her wrists. She was treated at Franciscan St. James Health Center in Chicago Heights.

A wooden Worth softball bat with black tape wrapped around the handle was shown by prosecutors as the weapon allegedly wielded by Williams.

Spencer said Washington "started screaming" when she caught sight of him holding the bat as she lay in an ambulance.

Williams admitted to biting Washington and striking her with the bat but claimed she had been attacked by the other woman, Spencer said. Williams did not volunteer any more information when asked about the supposed attack, Spencer said.

The deputy said Williams had "swelling on her upper lip" when he spoke to her in her home but refused medical attention.

Williams trial was to continue Wednesday.

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