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Woman charged after S&M encounter ends in beating

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AURORA, Ill. (Sun-Times Media Wire) -

A south suburban woman was arrested after allegedly beating another woman with a bat when plans for an S&M-themed photo shoot went awry, the Herald-News is reporting.

Kimberly J. Williams, 45, of 97 Partridge Lane in unincorporated Crete was charged with one count of aggravated battery for striking the victim more than 20 times with a wooden softball bat.

Will County Sheriff's officer said the victim, a 48-year-old New Lenox woman, recently met Williams on a domination/submission website when Williams asked about "taking sexually explicit photographs to send to her ‘master,' who is overseas."

The women met at a restaurant on Jan. 15 before going back to have drinks and talk at Williams' trailer, reports said.

After the victim and Williams discussed being a dominatrix, she reportedly became angry and irrational, grabbing the woman's purse and refusing to let her leave. Around 1:15 a.m. on Jan. 16, she allegedly punched the woman before grabbing a bat by the door and hitting her with it.

The victim ran outside and began screaming for help, which caused neighbors to call police.

The victim was taken by ambulance to St. James Hospital in Chicago Heights with a "golf ball-sized" lump on her forehead. Her wrist was also fractured, reports said.

Williams allegedly told deputies the other woman had attacked her, but was arrested and booked into the county jail. She was released that evening after posting $500 bail.

Records show Williams was arrested for domestic battery in December 2010 after she allegedly went after her brother and sister-in-law following an argument.

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