A British motor racing boss has died after allegedly participating in a sadomasochistic romp with two prostitutes in Belgium.
Robin Mortimer, the founder of British touring car team, RPM Motorsport, is believed to have collapsed after a session with Mistress Lucrezia and her assistant at a villa near Brecht.
Lucrezia describes herself as 'Europe's most perverted dominatrix' specialising in torture, bondage and humiliation. The authorities believe that Mortimer's death may be linked to the use of nitrous oxide, an anaesthetic often used to numb pain in sadistic sex scenarios.
The 58-year-old was rushed to hospital after Lucrezia called an ambulance. Both prostitutes were arrested at the scene and later charged with assault and battery leading to death, without intent to kill.
Mortimer had been travelling with his team to the International GT Open Competition at Spa. An earlier statement made by his family said that he died of natural causes at a hotel in Belgium, and his racing driver son, Alex, hoped to still compete at the circuit in honour of his father.