Groom Charged with Killing Bride in 48-Hour BDSM Romp Jun 21, 2019 23:49:34 GMT -5
Post by JoannaB on Jun 21, 2019 23:49:34 GMT -5
Groom Charged with Killing Bride in 48-Hour BDSM Romp
A German man reportedly killed his new wife in a two-day BDSM (Bondage & Discipline, Sadism & Masochism) sex session just days after they took their wedding vows, resulting in manslaughter charges against the bridegroom.
According to 52-year-old Ralph Jankus, he and his wife, Christel, 49, indulged in the 48-hour sexual romp following their nuptials. Unfortunately, the bride suffered internal injuries from a sharp object that was inserted into her rectum. Four days later, paramedics were called to their home, but Frau Jankus couldn’t be saved.
Jankus, a self-confessed sadomasochist, faces manslaughter charges at the court in Krefeld, Germany. While the husband claimed he was unaware his wife was seriously injured, he is being prosecuted for failing to call for help and allowing his wife to remain in dire need of medical attention for days.
This said, the prosecutor believes Jankus had to have known his wife’s life was in danger. During interrogation, he claimed the sex was consensual and that he had been engaging in sadomasochism for the past 30 years. “It was our honeymoon period,” Jankus told authorities. Additionally, he said he loved his wife dearly and the two chose to enjoy a steamy sex session lasting days instead of going on a honeymoon.
Jankus claimed his wife had seen an internal medicine specialist who had performed a colonoscopy after she complained of discomfort. However, the doctor reportedly found nothing wrong. Shockingly, forensic experts concluded the woman must have had some sort of “barbed hook” inserted into her anal cavity and when the object was removed, it perforated her bowels.
Meanwhile, the victim’s 30-year-old son, who has not been identified, claimed his mother was mentally unstable and a victim of child abuse. He insisted his mother was often dominated by Jankus, whom she had been dating since 2011, and that sje had started wearing clothing that covered her well.
In 2017, Christel had allegedly reported abuse at the hands of her future husband, however, she later withdrew these allegations and spent time in a psychiatric clinic instead. She also fled to a women’s shelter in early 2018, but married her partner in July of the same year after Jankus allegedly turned a new leaf.
“She had injuries over her whole body and in her genital region,” her son continued. “I made accusations to her that she was putting up with too much and that it should never have gone this far.” He said his mother had shown him her bruises and told him she never wanted to see her partner again or be hurt by him. Nevertheless, while Jankus “abused, mistreated and humiliated” her, she still “loved him,” he added.
“We had no idea about the violence at first,” the son’s partner – who is also a witness and remains unidentified – interjected. “But over time, it became more apparent. She was not allowed to leave the apartment. She was forced into taking drugs. She was beaten for going to the hairdressers without permission.”
Following the tragedy just days after their marriage, Jankus wrote on social media: “I want to thank you all for the goodwill messages received on our wedding day. Unfortunately, I have to tell you that my dear wife suddenly died just eight days after our wedding. All the happiness I have experienced was in the years with my wife.”
The trial continues and Jankus faces prison time if convicted.
Sources: Kunal Dey, MEAWW, June 20, 2019, and Jackie Salo, The New York Post, June 19, 2019.