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The Training of Poe (Part 1): Ch.5 – Chelsea Learns to Crawl

Beautiful Revenge Productions

Runtime: 7 min.

It’s Chelsea Poe’s first day at the House of Vendetta with Mistress Bella Vendetta and she has already learned some basic protocol and etiquette and what it means to learn your place in the old guard leather house. Her next lesson seems simple enough: learn to crawl. Mistress Bella instructs her to crawl slowly and sexily towards a wall to pick out her leash. Mistress Bella softly flogs her as she crawls. Chelsea picks out a thick black leather leash with an O-ring detail that says “slave” in Runes on it. Mistress Bella teaches Chelsea how she likes to have Her pets be walked while on a leash. Not too close, yet not too far, a good slave has to keep the right pace. Mistress Bella instructs Chelsea to lap up water from a bowl like a dog. Mistress Bella wants it done graphically and sexually and Chelsea is really good at using her mouth to be a little sexual slut with her mouth. After Mistress Bella is satisfied with what She sees, She instructs Chelsea to crawl away out of the kitchen.

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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