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Monday, 30 April 2007

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Boy George denies the incident was not a bit of consensual fun

London - (Ass Mess): A typical Saturday night out on the town turned sour for Norwegian male escort Auden Carlsen, 28, who has claimed to police that singer Boy George and a male friend kidnapped him before chaining him to a wall in his London home.

Carlsen has filed charges of false imprisonment and common assault after the ordeal which his police statement says began as a harmless photo session at George's Shoreditch house where he had been invited to pose for at a standard modelling fee of £400.

"When I arrived at the singer's home I felt a little queer and asked to lie down a minute," Carlsen told police.

"And then the next thing I knew I was pounced on by George and his accomplice and handcuffed to a hook by the bed as the two men manhandled me in a rough and demeaning way.

"Then they told me I needed First Aid and produced what they called their medicine chest which was full of manacles, masks, feather boas, whips and other bondage paraphernalia before telling me that I would now get what I deserved.

"Nothing like this has ever happened to me back home in Norway," Carlsen complained.

"Imagine!"

A frantic struggle ensued and it was nearly four hours before Carlsen managed to struggle free, grab the £400 consulting fee and make a break outside to a nearby newsagent's shop from where he phoned the police.

Hackney police have confirmed that the incident is under investigation and that George and his pal, known locally as Butch Billy Skunkman were arrested and subsequently bailed to return on 4th July.

Last year Boy George was given a community service sentence in Manhattan after a similar incident took place but with a different accomplice.

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