From police officer to dominatrix: Woman, 32, leads 'double life'

Gillian Wolski
·Lifestyle & Entertainment Producer
·3-min read

An ex-police officer has revealed how she spent seven years moonlighting as a dominatrix after being inspired by sex workers and prostitutes she met on the job.

Former police commissioner Sarah Keller from Duisburg, Germany, was rising through the ranks when, in 2011, she attended a fetish party with a close friend and became instantly fascinated by the world of BDSM, bondage and domination.

Sarah is better known by her dominatrix name, Calea Toxic. Photo: MediaDrumWorld/Australscope (supplied).
Sarah is better known by her dominatrix name, Calea Toxic. Photo: MediaDrumWorld/Australscope (supplied).

“I felt at home with the police and it certainly was a great job. But something was missing,” she said.

“I wanted to do the things in life that really give me joy. In my private life, I’ve always had a passion for BDSM. It gives me a satisfying feeling to lead people and exercise power.”

Police officer to dominatrix

For the next seven years, the 32-year-old led a double life, fighting crime during the day before swapping her traditional police uniform for a latex one and transforming into a femme fatale at night.

Investigating sex crimes and speaking regularly with prostitutes who would tell her about their lives and work only furthered Sarah’s desire to pursue her X-rated career.

But her conflicting passions were difficult to keep secret and before long, racy pictures of Sarah began circulating the station, with colleagues even creating WhatsApp groups to share her images.

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Sarah was a police officer for 11 years before giving it up to become a dominatrix full-time. Photo: MediaDrumWorld/Australscope (supplied).
Sarah was a police officer for 11 years before giving it up to become a dominatrix full-time. Photo: MediaDrumWorld/Australscope (supplied).

Her decision to upgrade from her natural D-cup breasts to a whopping 34F, paint her fingernails bright red and don heavy make-up, made her tenure in the police force an increasingly difficult one.

“I noticed that my lifestyle was becoming more and more different from that of most colleagues. Values such as owning your own home or saving for retirement were much less important to me than the aspect of feeling good in your own body and enjoying freedom,” she said.

In 2017, after 11 years as a cop, Sarah swapped her position of power as a commissioner for a very different type of authority figure as a full-time dominatrix.

Meet Calea Toxic

Today, Sarah is better known by her dominatrix name, Calea Toxic, and has a growing Instagram following of over 26k users as well as several cover appearances on fetish magazines and an appearance in a TV doco under her belt.

Besides recurring guest appearances in the best dominatrix studios in Europe, she is available for exclusive photoshoots and also provides a ‘bizarre escort service’ for the ‘more solvent gentleman’ as well as catering for couples who want to push the boundaries of their sexual experimentation and explore their most taboo desires.

She juggled her roles as police commissioner and dominatrix for seven years. Photo: MediaDrumWorld/Australscope (supplied).
She juggled her roles as police commissioner and dominatrix for seven years. Photo: MediaDrumWorld/Australscope (supplied).

“Playing games with latex, whips and bondage allows me to disappear into a completely different place,” she said.

Since shifting her career, Sarah is earning more than she ever did as a police commissioner, a role that typically earns upwards of £100k (AUD$177k) in Germany.

But for Sarah, it’s not about the paycheque.

“For me, money is not the most important part of why I do what I do. I want to pursue my job independently and out of my own motivation,” she said.

She says she’s just as professional while working as a dominatrix as she was as a police commissioner and doesn’t see much difference between the two.

“In some ways, the jobs are pretty similar. You have a lot of responsibility. You have to guide and direct people.

“I guess the main difference is the uniform.”

Additional reporting by MediaDrumWorld/Australscope.

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