Star Student Turned Dominatrix Wins $1.5 Million After Judge Rules That Car Crash Trauma Affected Earnings

by 3 years ago

Meet Alissa Afonina. She was in the top 2 percent of her class as a junior in high school and aspired to be a filmmaker or actress. However in August 2008 right before her senior year, she was involved in an tragic automobile crash. The Toyota Tacoma that she was in, was being driven by her mother’s boyfriend, Peter Jannson. Witnesses claim that the vehicle was traveling at high speeds when it slid off a wet road and into a ditch, ending up on its side near Salmon Arm, British Columbia. Alissa’s brother, Alexei, and mother, Alla, were also passengers. Both Afonina and her mother were injured from the accident.

That’s apparently when things went downhill for Alissa. When she returned to school, the once ideal student now showed “no impulse control, had frequent outbursts, made sexually inappropriate comments and found following through on tasks difficult.”

From the Daily Mail:

She became isolated and dropped out of high school to finish 12th Grade at home. After briefly attending college, she began working as a dominatrix named Sasha Mizaree. In court in January, Justice Joel Grove concluded that Jannson was driving too fast in the wet road conditions and was therefore negligent. However, the case against Jannson centered not on whether Afonina’s brain injury was a result of the crash, but on whether it caused such a change in personality that she ended up working as a dominatrix, unable to hold down other employment.

Her lawyers argued that her decision to go into sex work showed a lack of ‘correct thinking’ and that her cognitive function had been impaired leading her to undertake unnecessary risks.

Jannson’s lawyer argued that her work as a dominatrix proved she was able to organize herself and was able to maintain a modest level of income and employment.
Grove concluded that there was some truth in both arguments concerning the link between the accident and Afonina’s sex work.
He noted that as a dominatrix she was able to keep appointments, collect money, support herself and meet deadlines, all of which showed an ability to hold down a job.

However, he also noted that she had not minimized the risks associated with her work and had not implemented an alarm system or other safety measures, which is evidence of diminished judgment supporting a theory of frontal lobe damage.

Grove concluded that after the crash Afonina struggled to cope in a normal way, and the brain injury stopped her from succeeding at her academic and employment goals.
She is now only qualified and able to deal with entry level jobs for a few hours a day. Without the injury, she could have completed college or university and been qualified for a better job.

A judge determined that without her injuries Afonina would not have struggled because she would have been able to complete college and get a job. Afornia was awarded $1.5 million, broken down as $825,000 for “future capacity loss,” $376,000 for the cost of future care, $300,000 for pain and suffering, and $23,000 for special damages. Her mother was awarded $943,000 in damages for a mild traumatic brain injury that she suffered during the accident.

On her Tumblr she posted the following in regards to the article about her in the Daily Mail:

Anonymous asked: I just heard your story. I’m sure you’d prefer to have your “old life” back, but you’re every guys dream.
I would certainly give anything to have my sanity and mental health back, yes. Leave it to the media to sexualize even a disabled person’s story. SMH

By the looks of it, Alissa does seem to enjoy her career as a dominatrix.


I did some investigative reporting for the sake of the article and delved deeper into Alissa’s profession as a dominatrix. I discovered that she has quite the list of credits to her acting resume and has 369 S&M clips for sale. You may remember her from such BDSM videos as “Armpit Worship Seduction,” “Blue Balls for Jerk Drone,” “Ballbusting Broke Losers,” “Pity the Microdick” and “Succubus Energy and Cum Drain.” I gotta be honest, I can’t wait for the sequel to “Pity the Microdick,” even though most felt the original came up short.

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