Michael Kollar, German Man Who Purchased S&M, Suing Dominatrix Who Turned Out To Be A Man

11/03/2012 08:47 am ET | Updated Nov 05, 2012
  • David Moye Pop culture journalist, HuffPost Weird News

A German man who thought he was purchasing an S&M session with a female dominatrix was hit with a shocking suprise when he showed up at the door: She was a man, baby!

Michael Kollar is suing the crossdressing domme -- who calls himself "Lady Gina" -- for bodily harm and sexual coercion stemming from an appointment in December 2011 that turned out to be a real pain for both of them.

"In our internet chat, Lady Gina assured me that she was absolutely real and of course she was a woman," the 30-year-old victim told the court, according to the German Herald. "But when I arrived, a man opened the door. I was held, pushed down the stairs, and was going to be locked in the cellar."

"I was just about to close up, and he came in wearing a torn T-shirt and his trousers round his knees, Solar said, according to DigitalSpy.com. "He asked me to call the police."

"The trial is a shock for me," he said, according to TheLocal.de. "It didn't happen like that at all. The claimant knew what to expect."

Bayer, 50, who is reportedly divorced with two daughters, usually works as a comedian, as well as a casting agent for porn films. The side job supposedly resulted in his expulsion from a nationally televised TV talent show in Germany in 2003.

Bayer's lawyer, Christian Stunkel, said that his client doesn't deny the whole humiliating encounter, but told the court that "the holding was part of the game that they had agreed upon in advance."

Bayer isn't the first bondage pro hit with controversy in recent weeks.

Last month, a court ordered a dominatrix to pay 200 euros ($260) to a local charity as a penance after a client accused her of hurting and robbing him.

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