Death at Hollywood Big Wig’s Basement BDSM Dungeon, No Charges Filed

Posted at 5:04 pm on July 01, 2018 by Jennifer Van Laar

Well, here’s an autopsy finding you don’t see every day.

UCLA Professor Doran George, 47, suffered “sudden death during recreational mummification bondage,” in November 2017, according to Los Angeles Deputy Coroner Erica Guzman’s report. What caused the sudden death is “undetermined after autopsy and toxicology,” Guzman states. George did have GHB (Bill Cosby’s favorite) in his system at the time of death, though.

George’s boyfriend, Skip Chasey, is a Senior VP of Business Development at William Morris Endeavor and a former Executive VP at Imagine Entertainment. He’s also known as “Master Skip” in the BDSM community and gives speeches on “the spiritual dynamics of S&M and dominance of relationships at noteworthy events in the US and Canada,” according to his bio.

On November 22, 2017 the UCLA professor was found dead in Chasey’s “well-equipped” sex dungeon in the Los Feliz section of Los Angeles, his body bound in plastic wrap and gaffer’s tape. (Daily Mail ran a stock photo of what such bondage looks like, but it was disturbing and I am not posting it here.)

The incident had escaped public view (gee, I wonder how?) until a few days ago, when Mark Ebner, a private investigator and journalist, dug up the story and discussed it at length on his podcast.

It seems that Chasey’s employer didn’t know anything about it until Ebner’s podcast ran, but having Chasey on their executive team is still A-OK with the company. A representative from William Morris Endeavor told Page Six:

“While we were unaware of the circumstances surrounding this personal matter until now, we understand that the police file is closed and no charges were brought. If other facts develop we will re-evaluate the situation and determine any appropriate action to take.”

So if no charges were brought, any type of behavior is okay? Shouldn’t Chasey bear some responsibility for his drugged boyfriend’s death? Is there any investigation into how the GHB got into George’s system? Maybe he wasn’t quite as into the spiritual aspects of the BDSM scene as his boyfriend was, and needed a little “convincing”?

Sadly, the way this has been handled by law enforcement and by Hollywood isn’t at all surprising – and just confirms the level of disgusting immorality in that town.