Everyone has their sexual preferences and fantasies. A dominatrix is a sexual femdom (female domination) in which the woman takes the dominant role in BSDM activities.

Her submissive partner can be of any sexual orientation – it doesn’t have to be a heterosexual male. Some women use physical force to exhibit dominance, while others resort to verbal humiliation.

A professional dominatrix takes pride in her ability to fulfill her client’s sexual fetishes and perform all sorts of BSDM practices.

Without proper insight into the partner’s psychology and physical limitation, the morbid curiosities may reach an extreme level to the point where they inflict pain, severe injuries, and even death.

In March 2022, a dominatrix named Julia Enright (25) received a 25-years-to-life imprisonment sentence for the murder of her former boyfriend Brandon Chicklis (20) in Ashburnham, Massachusetts.

On June 23, 2018, she stabbed him multiple times and dumped the body on the side of a highway in New Hampshire, and his skeletonized remains were found more than two weeks later.

After 11-days of trial in November 2021, the jury found her guilty of second-degree murder.

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10 /10 Reported Missing

Brandon Chicklis of Westminster, Massachusetts, was about to visit a relative in Windham, New Hampshire, on June 23, 2018, but he never showed up.

After around 1:00 pm, he vanished and made no contact with friends or family. He was reported missing the following day.

The New Hampshire State Police found no evidence that the 20-years-old man had arrived in Windham.

The Westminster Police Department conducted an initial investigation into his disappearance.

During the first several days of the investigation, the authorities found no valuable clue to his whereabouts.

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9 /10 Vehicle Found

On June 29, his vehicle – a 2010 gray Honda Civic with a Massachusetts registration number – was located in a supermarket parking lot in Rindge, New Hampshire, about 19 miles away from Westminster, Massachusetts.

The Rindge Police Department, New Hampshire Fish & Game, and New Hampshire State Police responded to the alerts and worked together with the Westminster Police Department to find the missing man.

There was no sign of Brandon on the scene, and the car had been parked since June 24.






8 /10 Phone Records

Investigators looked into Brandon’s phone records and discovered the man might have visited an address in Ashburnham, Massachusetts, on the day of his disappearance.

The address belonged to Julia Enright, and the police called her address as indicated on Brandon’s mobile phone.

A quick search of the premises revealed some disturbing sights. Investigators found animal carcasses, blood, a used condom, and a bucket of animal organs.

Officers also noticed blood in a treehouse on a neighbor’s property; analysis revealed it was Brandon’s blood.

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7 /10 Body Found

A jogger discovered Brandon’s body on the side of a highway in Rindge, New Hampshire, on July 10. The remains were wrapped in a tarp, a canvas sheet, and a blanket.

While the remains were mostly skeletonized, authorities could determine that he had been stabbed multiple times.

Enright immediately became a person of interest in the kidnapping and murder of Brandon Chiklis.

She was now a suspect, and the police had every reason to conduct a more thorough search of her property.

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6 /10 Art From Bones

Julia Enright studied at a vocational high school in 2016. She met Brandon while the two were traveling on a bus.

Most people could say they were strikingly different, perhaps incompatible with each other, but contrasting characteristics sparked a bond.

At her home, investigators found arts made from animal bones and vials of blood and animals kept in jars labeled as wet specimens.

Meanwhile, Brandon was still pretty much the boy scout he used to be. They had a romantic relationship for a while before choosing separate paths. The two remained friendly, however.

5 /10 Phlebotomist

She worked at a clinical laboratory as a phlebotomist, which gave her access to medical equipment for handling blood.

The profession triggered her obsession with blood, which soon grew out of control. In 2018, she began moonlighting as a dominatrix, advertising herself as Mistress Jasmine.

Her sexual preferences include “blood play” during BSDM practices. She even admitted to enjoying the same thing as a professional dominatrix and in her personal sex life.

At this point, investigators could connect the dots between the morbid sight in her house and her personality.

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4 /10 Self-Defense Claim

Upon questioning, Enright denied any involvement in the death of Brandon Chicklis, but she then confessed to killing him during the opening statement in the trial.

She claimed Brandon had sexually assaulted her in the treehouse, forcing her to fight back and kill the man; according to the defendant, the killing was self-defense.

Sandra Olsen, a friend of Enright’s and a witness, testified that Enright had never before mentioned anything about sexual assault in connection with the case.

The defendant told the witness that Brandon had left the Ashburnham house to buy drugs.

3 /10 Sadistic Tendencies

Prosecutors argued that Enright’s side business as a dominatrix, precisely her knife play skills during BSDM activity, made her capable of killing Brandon.

The profession brought out sadistic tendencies in her. A photo of evidence depicting her licking the blood from an injured body part was never shown in the trial.

At one point, Enright allegedly bribed some employees of Planned Parenthood to hand over the fetus she had aborted earlier.

She wanted to have the unborn child because she intended to play with the bones.

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2 /10 How It Happened

Investigators determined Enright had lured Brandon into the treehouse for sex.

Brandon fell for it and paid the ultimate price. She stabbed him at least 12 times to his death and dumped his body.

Brandon’s family had been looking forward to turning 21; the disappearance and radio silence was entirely out of character for him.

Two weeks after discovering his body, Enright was taken into custody and charged with first-degree murder. The trial began in November 2021.

1 /10 Guilty

The defense attorney argued that some evidence shown in the trial was an attempt to discredit the defendant.

According to the defense, details of Enright’s lifestyle and sexual preferences were prejudicial at best.

Regardless of the effort, the jury found her guilty of second-degree murder. She was sentenced to life imprisonment, with a possibility of parole after a minimum of 25 years.

Her boyfriend at the time of the murder, Jonathan Lind, has been charged with perjury, misleading a grand jury, accessory to murder, and conveying a human body. 

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