From USC Grad To Double Life Of Professional Dominatrix Who Satisfied Sexual Needs Of Famous Musicians And Hollywood Elite

by 10 months ago

If you’re a big shot Hollywood producer, a world-renowned actor or a famous musician with women fawning over you, one would surmise that there would be no need for those power players to pay for a woman to satisfy their desires. And one could reasonably believe that these juggernauts of the entertainment industry wouldn’t pay to be humiliated by a dominatrix, but there are some who do according to a new memoir.

Jenny Nordbak, who was a dominatrix named “Mistress Scarlett,” worked at LA’s longest-running dungeon. There she accommodated dozens of household-name musicians to famous screenwriters and even A-List actors. And by “accommodated” I mean she whipped, beat and bound them.

The description of the book from MacMillian of the upcoming book “The Scarlett Letters”:

Jenny Nordbak takes us to a place that few have seen, but millions have fantasized about, revealing how she transformed herself from a USC grad lacking in confidence into an elite professional dominatrix who finds her own voice, power and compassion for others.

On an unorthodox quest to understand her hidden fantasies, Jenny led a double life for two years. By day she was a construction manager, but at night she became Mistress Scarlett. Working at LA’s longest-running dungeon, she catered to the secret fetishes of clients ranging from accountants to movie stars. Far from the standard-issue powerful men who pay to be helpless, Mistress Scarlett’s clientele included men whose fantasies revealed more complex needs, from “Tickle Ed” to “Doggie Dan,” from the “Treasure Trolls” to “Ta-Da Ted.” The Scarlett Letters explores the spectacularly diverse array of human sexuality and the fascinating cast of characters that the author encountered along the way.

After graduating USC she worked in healthcare construction during the day and at night she would strap on the spikey heels, wear a latex corset and wield a bullwhip as her job as a dominatrix.

Her clients included “a mega-famous actor,” who “most women, and I’m sure a few men, have fantasized about kissing.”

There was also a Hollywood screenwriter.

“He just had these super elaborate, over-the-top, detailed scenes that he would want to play out… that was fun because you don’t usually get that amount of imagination,” said Nordbak. “He’s like, ‘I am the maharaja!’ and he’s in full costume; like a whole production.”

Nordback said that “particularly with celebrities, they’re surrounded by ‘yes’ men and everyone is so in awe of them, and they don’t here ‘no’ very often. So I think they’re so used to being the one with the power that surrendering that power to someone else is really exhilarating.”

Now let’s speculate which A-lister pays for a chick to stomp on his balls as she belittles him by calling him a “worthless worm.”

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