By Prince Hakeem
For one interracial couple in Florida, a bedroom fantasy led to one of them ending up in jail. 37-year-old Kenneth Atkins was arrested after he refused to participate in a slavery role play with his black girlfriend. This happened after he spat in the face of 35-year-old Ashley Edwards. she wanted to do a slave/slave master fetish with her white boyfriend, but apparently Atkins wasn’t feeling it.
Via Daily Mail:
A white man has been arrested in Florida after his black girlfriend tried to coerce him into a racially charged bedroom ‘role play’ scenario, but he objected to the subject matter and allegedly became physical.
Kenneth Atkins, 37, was arrested at the couple’s Bradenton home in the early hours of Tuesday morning, after he reportedly spat in the face of 35-year-old Ashley Edwards.
According to police, the altercation was prompted when Edwards expressed she wanted to pretend to be a ‘slave’, and for Atkins to be her ‘slave master’ in a sexual ‘role play’ scenario in bed, ‘because she is African American and he is Caucasian’, a police affidavit states.
Atkins, however, objected to the proposal saying he ‘did not wish to partake’ in his girlfriend’s distasteful fantasy and became ‘verbally aggressive’.
According to police, the altercation was prompted when Edwards expressed she wanted to pretend to be a slave and for Atkins to be her slave master in a sexual role play scenario in bed, because she is African American and he is Caucasian.
Atkins, however, objected to the proposal saying he did not wish to partake in his girlfriend’s distasteful fantasy and became verbally aggressive
In the argument that ensured, it’s claimed that Atkins became physical and spat in Edwards’ face.
Police were then called and, when they arrived at the property, Atkins reportedly ‘denied the allegations and/or any physical confrontation’.
Edwards didn’t appear to be injured, according to officers, and she refused to provide cops with a statement on the incident, citing that she didn’t want her partner to be arrested.
Regardless, Atkins was arrested for misdemeanor battery and booked into the county jail, before being released the following day.
He is scheduled to be arraigned on September 8, court documents show.
As part of his release conditions in the battery case, Atkins is allowed ‘consensual contact’ with Edwards