Lover-loving businessman nicknamed The Wolf & # 039; talk about the & # 039; depths of hell & # 039; he sank

The businessman Liam Gordon Murphy (in the photo) went into a spiral in the

Businessman Liam Gordon Murphy said he spirals into the "depths of hell" as he struggles with accusations of having sexually assaulted women he met on an adult fetish website.

The 42-year-old man from the eastern suburbs of Sydney, who calls himself "The Wolf", was acquitted of all charges against him in June, but said that going through the judicial process caused him & # 39; all kinds of damage & # 39;

"It has been absolutely horrible." I really fight to articulate how bad it was. They were the depths of hell, "he told the Saturday Telegraph.

Businessman Liam Gordon Murphy (pictured) spirals into the "depths of hell" as he battled accusations of sexually assaulting women he met on an adult fetish website

While it was a particularly difficult time for him personally, he said that it was the real victims of sexual assault that went worse.

"This has caused me all kinds of damage, but in reality it is the greatest damage inflicted on any person (s) to the victims. I believe they are the ones who will suffer the most.

"I think cases like mine are a tragedy for the victims because they're going to see this in the media and think: This guy could be guilty and he got away with it."

Judge Christopher Halburd dismissed the charges against Mr. Murphy in June, saying that consent was likely to differ between "vanilla" sexual interaction and BDSM (bondage, domination, submission and sadomasochism).

Rydges Camperdown (pictured) was the scene of one of the incidents at the center of the case

Rydges Camperdown (pictured) was the scene of one of the incidents at the center of the case

Rydges Camperdown (pictured) was the scene of one of the incidents at the center of the case

He stated that it was unlikely that the jury found him guilty since the two plaintiffs had unreliable and contradictory accounts of what happened.

Mr. Halburd said that in the world of BDSM it could not be assumed that sexual activity involving a significant force that caused pain and screaming was not consensual.

Mr. Murphy was accused of raping a woman at a Camperdown hotel in June 2015, but was acquitted after it was discovered that he had reported the incident 16 months after it occurred.

It was also discovered that he lied about the WhatsApp messages he sent to Mr. Murphy and posted on Fetlife.com that he "did not feel like a victim of his own".

Mr. Halburd said in the BDSM world that it could not be assumed that sexual activity involving significant force that caused pain and screaming was not consensual.

Mr. Halburd said in the BDSM world that it could not be assumed that sexual activity involving significant force that caused pain and screaming was not consensual.

Mr. Halburd said in the BDSM world that it could not be assumed that sexual activity involving significant force that caused pain and screaming was not consensual.

It was discovered that the second woman did not use the safe word "red" during her meeting with Mr. Murphy at a hotel in Potts Point in August 2015.

She had asked him to "scare" her, the court heard him, which led Murphy to dip his head in the bathwater and whip her with jump cables.

Although all charges against Mr. Murphy were dropped, he still feared that one day his son would confront him on the playground saying "your father is a dirty rapist."

He said he felt "guilty" and "sorry" for the "hedonistic and narcissistic" that he became as a result of the problems he had in 2010, which led him to abandon his family.

She had asked him to "scare" her, the court heard him, which led Mr. Murphy (pictured) to dip his head in the bathwater and whip her with cables for jump cars.

She had asked him to "scare" her, the court heard him, which led Mr. Murphy (pictured) to dip his head in the bathwater and whip her with cables for jump cars.

She had asked him to "scare" her, the court heard him, which led Mr. Murphy (pictured) to dip his head in the bathwater and whip her with cables for jump cars.

& # 39; The Wolf & # 39; He has since published a book about what he claimed to be his sexual exploits.

An online description of his book read: "Sexual domination is not a work of fiction, a pocket novel, or 50 shades of anything for me, it's my life." From an early age, I felt an overwhelming impulse, sometimes overwhelming, to dominate girls and women, to take, to possess, to push them until they show me who they really are, but that impulse was counteracted by an equally powerful desire to protect and treasure them.

"This book is a collection of real-life short stories from my early years, struggling with the duality of what I often consider my being twisted into adulthood, when I finally learned to embrace and delight in it. Incredible sexual encounters that I have enjoyed with the spectacular women I have met, and my thought processes often in conflict through them.

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