Name: Brother Jeremy Praetor
Sexuality: Straight Male
Bio/How you came to be at the brothel: Jeremy was an orphan, taken in by a Franciscan monastery when he was 4. At an early age he was devoted to hes mentor, an old monk who first found him. Jeremy grew up in the church, and was ordained at the early age of 21, gaining degrees in theology and Latin.
At the age of 25, Jeremy experienced his first temptation in the form of the daughter of the cleaner of the monastery. When she fell pregnant following her rape, he was transferred to Rome. There, he used his position in the confessional to blackmail high powered men and women, to use their power and money to further his desires.
His shame of his increasing perversions leads to public displays of good work, and the image he displays to the world is one of a good, clean life. Jeremy rescued a former prostitute from the streets 5 years ago, and after hearing her tales of the brothel, made it's discovery his gaol in life. Through use of nefarious contacts, he eventually found the brothel, and anticipates the desires within.
Personality: Jeremy is extremely repressed, and his dualistic nature shows in his sex life. He can switch from a controlling, manipulative master, to a tender, loving man in minutes. His repression of his inner, dark desires leads to further excesses and at night he fears that they will consume him.
His extreme intelligence and perception makes Jeremy a master manipulator, and is equally aroused by both forcing women and using manipulation to push a girl to open herself to her internal darkness,
Appearance: Praetor is a commanding figure, generally wearing formal religious attire in his travels. His duality of beliefs and contradictions in his soul give him a permanent scowl, matched by his cold grey eyes. He has broad hands and dresses in intimidating, yet simple attire, wearing only his order's ring to symbolism his position.
Bio/How you came to be at the brothel: Jeremy rescued a former prostitute from the streets 5 years ago.
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