A dominatrix ordered a ‘submissive’ she met on a fetish website just six weeks earlier to ‘please your Queen’ before he allegedly bashed a man to death.

Hairdresser Heide Victoria Bos, 37, of Melbourne‘s CBD, will serve as little as three-and-a-half years behind bars after her murder charge was downgraded to manslaughter under a plea deal with with prosecutors. 

The court heard how Bos told her ‘willing slave’, Stuart Lindsay Heron, to  ‘please your queen’ and ‘prove your loyalty’ before his fatal attack on 39-year-old Nicholas Cameron. 

So savage was the bashing, a seasoned homicide squad detective described it as ‘extremely brutal’.

Upon her arrest, Bos told police she had never meant the attack to go that far. 

Bos simply believed her submissive lover would 'warn off' Mr Cameron, stating she did not expect him to cause serious injury or kill him.

Bos simply believed her submissive lover would ‘warn off’ Mr Cameron, stating she did not expect him to cause serious injury or kill him.

BDSM queen Heide Victoria Bos will spend Christmas behind bars after pleading guilty to manslaughter

BDSM queen Heide Victoria Bos will spend Christmas behind bars after pleading guilty to manslaughter

Daily Mail Australia can now reveal she agreed to plead guilty to manslaughter after being offered a deal by the Office of Public Prosecutions that was suppressed from the public until now. 

It can further be revealed Bos only agreed to the deal after being told by Supreme Court of Victoria Justice Michael Croucher that he would sentence her to just six years in jail, meaning she could walk free with good behaviour after three-and-a-half years. 

With time already served behind bars, Bos will be back on the streets in just over two years time. 

The deal had been hidden from the public on September 30 by Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth in the event Bos snubbed her prize and proceeded with a trial. 

Bos is scheduled to explain her actions in a plea hearing just before Christmas

Manslaughter attracts a maximum sentence of 25 years in Victoria, but is rarely dished out. 

Mr Cameron had been found dead at a Sturt St apartment at Southbank on July 10 last year. 

Heide Victoria Bos ordered her slave to attack another man, resulting in his brutal death

Heide Victoria Bos ordered her slave to attack another man, resulting in his brutal death

Nicholas Cameron was allegedly bashed to death in 'brutal' attack by Heide Bos' 'willing slave'

Nicholas Cameron was allegedly bashed to death in ‘brutal’ attack by Heide Bos’ ‘willing slave’

Heide Victoria Bos agreed to plead to manslaughter after a deal with prosecutors

Heide Victoria Bos agreed to plead to manslaughter after a deal with prosecutors 

Bos pleaded guilty on Tuesday on the basis she didn’t order her co-accused to murder Mr Cameron, but simply ‘touch him up’. 

Heron remains behind bars and is expected to face his own Supreme Court of Victoria murder trial next year. 

While Bos’ motive for having her victim attacked remain unknown for now, an earlier hearing heard her ‘submissive’ Heron allegedly carried out the assault on her instructions.

The court heard Heron had been Bos’ ‘willing slave’ in the conspiracy to hurt Mr Cameron. 

During a bail hearing in July, Bos’ barrister argued that the woman – who was ‘dominant’ in the relationship’ – didn’t intend for Heron to kill Mr Cameron. News.com.au reported. 

Heide Victoria Bos convinced her lover to bash a man. She claimed she never asked him to commit murder

Heide Victoria Bos convinced her lover to bash a man. She claimed she never asked him to commit murder 

Bos (pictured) told her co-accused 'you will please your queen' and 'you will prove your loyalty'

 Bos (pictured) told her co-accused ‘you will please your queen’ and ‘you will prove your loyalty’

The court heard the pair had met on ‘FetLife’ – a social media site for the BDSM and fetish community. 

The couple had been together for just on six weeks when the alleged murder took place. 

The court heard Heron was a committed slave, paying for his dominatrix’s rent.

In messages between the pair, Bos told Heron ‘you will please your queen’ and ‘you will prove your loyalty’.

Bos’ barrister Malcolm Thomas told the court his client’s relationship was a ‘fantasy-style one of slave and mistress’.

Mr Thomas claimed Bos simply believed her submissive lover would ‘warn off’ Mr Cameron, stating she did not expect him to cause serious injury or kill him.

Heide Victoria Bos asked for a sentence indication before pleading guilty to the crime

Heide Victoria Bos asked for a sentence indication before pleading guilty to the crime 

She met her lover on a kinky website

She met her lover on a kinky website

Bos had been expected to contest the murder charge, with her barrister at the time describing the prosecution case as ‘extremely weak’. 

Mr Thomas said while Bos understood there would be ‘some violence’ against Mr Cameron, he would be alive at the end of the confrontation.

The court heard Bos claimed she was oblivious to the fact that weapons would be used in the attack. 

Mr Thomas told the July hearing while Bos believed Heron had connections to outlaw motorcycle gangs, she gave him no specific instructions to murder the target.  

The court heard Bos had led a faultless life before deciding to have Mr Cameron killed. 

Bos had been a regular contributor to Instagram, which indicates she is the mother of a teenage son. 

The court heard  she suffered from post traumatic stress disorder after her previous partner died in a motorbike crash and had struggled with drug abuse.

Bos, who appeared in court on Tuesday via videolink, will appear in court in person for her plea hearing next month. 



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