The “Doll House Baggot Street” is closed until further notice. Many Punters will miss their Nightly gaunts, including well known faces in Irish so called Elite Society, and not forgetting a couple or more Politicians. Naked and Whipped, Sodomy?

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Gardai ‘found naked man being whipped on crucifix’, court told.   Fred has written about this Doll House for a couple of years now.  This is a high end Brothel, for all the Celebs and Low lives of D4 and beyond. Poor Idiot Whipped, imagine trying to explain his position to the wife or Mammy?

The gates to the basement premises on Lower Baggot Street in Dublin

Gardai discovered a naked man on a crucifix being whipped on his bare bottom in front of a number of other customers when they entered a nightclub basement, it has been claimed.

A Dublin businesswoman, who denies she ran the club as a brothel and for staging sadomasochistic practices, is to appeal a decision of Dublin county registrar Rita Considine striking out her bid to join a former manager to legal proceedings against her.

Forensic accountant and landlord Liam Grant has asked the Circuit Civil Court to direct that Hilda Conway forfeit her tenancy of a basement nightclub at 127 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin.

Quashing

Ms Conway, of Claremont Road, Sandymount, denies having been associated with the running of such activities in the club.

She had brought an application before the county registrar last week seeking to attach a former manager, Brendan McQuaid, and Baggot Street Bars to the proceedings aimed at quashing her tenancy.

She claimed in a sworn affidavit that if anyone was responsible for such activities, it was Mr McQuaid and Baggot Street Bars.

Ms Considine struck out Ms Conway’s application last Friday at the request of barrister Martin Canny, counsel for Mr Grant, who said Ms Conway was not present or legally represented in the county registrar’s court in order to make her attachment application.

Mr Grant, of Greenmount House, Harold’s Cross, referred in sworn affidavits to what he described as “breaches of the utmost seriousness” against Ms Conway, and alleged that sex had been available to purchase in the club, which he described as a lap-dancing bar, strip club and brothel.

When barrister Andrew Walker, counsel for Ms Conway, appeared in the county registrar’s court yesterday to explain why there had been no legal representation on behalf of Ms Conway, Ms Considine said she did not have time to hear any explanation as she had to deal with a very strictly timed list of motions listed in accordance with Covid-19 regulations being applied by the Courts Service.

Ms Considine said an application was made to her court last Friday in the absence of legal representation on behalf of the applicant. She had been asked to strike it out and had done so.

Ms Considine then moved on to motions published at timed intervals on her Tuesday list in order to keep down the number of people in court.

Speaking outside court afterwards, Mr Walker said the county registrar’s decision to initially strike out Ms Conway’s application was being appealed.

Mr Grant had earlier told the court that when Insp Martin Mooney led a raid on the club he had noticed a man, tied to a large crucifix, who was having his naked bottom whipped.

This was taking place in front of customers who were oddly dressed with few or no clothes on and wearing masks and carrying whips, he added.

 

Gardaí found naked man on a cross being whipped in Dublin club, court told

Dublin businesswoman denies running alleged sadomasochistic club on Baggot Street

The court that when gardaí raided the club they                   found customers oddly dressed with few or no clothes                   on and wearing masks and carrying whips. Stock                   photograph: Getty images

The court that when gardaí raided the club they found customers oddly dressed with few or no clothes on and wearing masks and carrying whips. Stock photograph: Getty images

A Dublin businesswoman, who denies she ran a nightclub where a naked man tied to a cross had his bare bottom whipped, is to appeal a decision of Dublin County Registrar Rita Considine striking out her bid to join a former manager to legal proceedings against her.

Forensic accountant and landlord Liam Grant has asked the Circuit Civil Court to direct that Hilda Conway forfeit her tenancy of a basement night club at 127 Lower Baggot Street, Dublin, which he alleged had been used as a brothel and for staging sadomasochistic practices.

Ms Conway, of Claremont Road, Sandymount, Dublin, denies having been associated with the running of such activities in the club and had brought an application before the county registrar last week seeking to attach a former manager Brendan McQuaid, and Baggot Street Bars, to the proceedings aimed at quashing her tenancy.

She claimed in a sworn affidavit that if anyone was responsible for such activities it was her former manager Mr McQuaid and Baggot Street Bars.

Ms Considine struck out Ms Conway’s application on Friday last at the request of barrister Martin Canny, counsel for Mr Grant, who said Ms Conway was not present or legally represented in the county registrar’s court in order to make her attachment application.

Mr Grant, of Greenmount House, Harold’s Cross, Dublin, referred in sworn affidavits to what he described as “breaches of the utmost seriousness” against Ms Conway and alleged sex had been available to purchase in the club which he described as a lap dancing bar, strip club and brothel. When barrister Andrew Walker, counsel for Ms Conway, appeared in the county registrar’s court on Tuesday to explain why there had been no legal representation on behalf of Ms Conway, the county registrar said she did not have time to hear any explanation as she had to deal with a very strictly timed list of motions listed in accordance with Covid-19 regulations being applied by the Courts Service.

Ms Considine said an application had been made to her court last Friday in the absence of any legal representation on behalf of the applicant; she had been asked to strike it out and she had done so. She then moved on to motions published at timed intervals on her Tuesday list in order to keep down the number of people in court at any given time.

Afterwards Mr Walker said outside court that the county registrar’s decision to initially strike out Ms Conway’s application was being appealed.

Mr Grant had earlier told the court that when Garda Inspector Martin Mooney had led a raid on the club he had noticed a man, tied to a large crucifix, who was having his naked bottom whipped in front of customers oddly dressed with few or no clothes on and wearing masks and carrying whips.

Fred, to be continued,

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