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The Training of Poe (Part 1): Ch.11 – Final Decompression

Beautiful Revenge Productions

Runtime: 8 min.

After three long days of intense slave training in the mountains of western Massachusetts, Chelsea Poe has her final dinner with Mistress Bella Vendetta at the House of Vendetta.

Slave Poe is nude, wearing only stockings, heels, garters, and a leather body harness. Mistress Bella is in a tight black lace gown with a long slit up the side exposing her stocking clad tattooed legs, and a black vinyl corset. Mistress Bella adds leather thigh and wrist restraints to slave Poe’s ensemble and instructs her to hobble to bring her a cigarette and ashtray. Slave Poe kneels before her Mistress while Mistress Bella casually smokes and seductively laughs as slave Poe recounts her days of training. They talk about what was surprising, favorite parts of training and least favorite parts. Slave Poe holds the silver tray for Mistress Bella to ash on while She smokes. Slave Poe tells the tale of the big cock she took last night in slave quarters.

The Training of Poe (Part 1): Ch.1 Chelsea’s Slave Diary And Scene Negotiation is from the film “The Training of Poe (Part 1)” directed by Mistress Bella Vendetta. Watch the full film here.




Title of Production: The Training of Poe (Part 1)
Dates of Production: July 2015
K DeLuca
10 Union Street
North Adams, MA 01247





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