Radio newsreader suspended after saying she was a £100 an hour dominatrix

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A radio station newsreader has been suspended after revealing that she is also a dominatrix.

Mother-of-one Melissa Todd, 45, has confessed she worked in the sex industry for 26 years – first as a stripper and now as a whipper, subjecting clients to seances penalty of £100 an hour.

She told it all in a book called My Body Is My Business which topped Amazon’s Erotic Fiction ranking.

But her revelations led to her being taken off the air at Kent-based radio station Academy FM.

The day after she gave an interview on her raunchy sideline, the incredibly apologetic station manager called to suspend her.

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Her revelations led to her being taken off the air at Kent-based radio station Academy FM.

Melissa was told it was a very sassy play and she couldn’t continue until the directors met to discuss her situation.

“I completely understood that,” she said.

“Two days later, she told me that the administrators had agreed that the suspension should be lifted.

“However, I haven’t been on the radio since, which is unprecedented.

“I stopped getting daily emails from them and they don’t follow me on Twitter and Instagram anymore, so I guess I’m definitely persona non grata.”

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Melissa was told it was a very naughty play and she couldn't continue until the directors met to discuss her situation.
Melissa was told it was a very naughty play and she couldn’t continue until the directors met to discuss her situation.

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Melissa said that as a dominatrix she offered no sexual services, adding, “It’s just a good beating. All the sex happens in their heads.”

But she said the radio station “contributes to the belief that there’s something shameful and stigmatizing about sex work – that you can’t be smart, articulate, interested in current affairs and also dominatrix”.

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“I miss being on the radio,” she said.

“I had just finished my DJ training and really hoped to have my own show one day. I understand and regret being a problem for people I greatly admire.

“I wonder if maybe another radio station might try my luck at some point. I’ve never said anything sassy remotely on air.”

Station manager Debbie Day said Melissa was “delightful and such a busy woman”.

“I know she’s working extremely hard to promote her book right now. It’s an exciting time for her and we wish her all the best,” she added.

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