Medic moonlighting as a dominatrix stabbed ex-boyfriend to death in treehouse

A US phlebotomist and dominatrix stabbed her former boyfriend to death in a treehouse, which was fitted with restraints.

Julia Enright, from Ashburnham, Massachusetts, is accused of killing Brandon Chicklis in 2018 and leaving his body in bin bags at the side of the highway in Rindge, New Hampshire.

The 24-year-old allegedly stabbed Chicklis, 20, a dozen times in her treehouse after she invited him over.

In their opening statement, prosecutors alleged that Enright had planned the killing of her former boyfriend, while her lawyer suggested the victim tried to sexually assault her and the stabbing took place in self defence.

As reported by the Telegram and Gazette, First Assistant District Attorney Jeffrey Travers told jurors Enright killed Chicklis as a 'surprise' for her new boyfriend, John Lind.

The court heard the day before the murder Enright texted Lind, who allegedly helped dispose of the body, saying: “Do you think we could add bubbles to a blood bath?”

Travers revealed to the court that Enright and Chicklis had sex in high school and he had asked to meet his alleged attacker in recent months.

The jury heard evidence in Enright’s writings that she “enjoyed manipulating” Chicklis.

Travers told the court that Enright specifically told Chicklis he could not tell anyone that he was coming to her treehouse.

She also texted Lind about her “surprise” for him but said she could not tell him about it through text.

Enright also allegedly tried to establish an alibi by going for sushi with Lind, who has not been charged, before sending texts to Chicklis' phone asking him why he “didn’t show up”.

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Travers said Enright's writings showed she lived two different lives as phlebotomist and another where she obsessed about blood, domination, violence and murder.

Defense lawyer Louis Badwey told the court: This is not a heartless killer.”

He continued during the trial claiming Chicklis had refused Enright’s requests to stop.

Enright alleges he had sexually assaulted her with his fingers and she stabbed him in self defence.

Badwey also referred to Chicklis as a “rapist” during the trial.

The trial will resume today and is expected to last until at least the week of Thanksgiving.

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