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Monique Dee McFarland the dominatrix says disabled man she robbed wanted it

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A Minneapolis woman who calls herself a dominatrix has been accused of robbing a blind man in New Hope who uses a wheelchair. She says it was all part of the game and he wanted to be tied up. We are guessing the stealing wasn't part of his request.

Monique Dee McFarland, 34, is charged with felony theft of more than $500. She allegedly took his laptop, digital camera, lockbox, checkbook, keys, wallet and cell phone. That doesn't sound so sexy.

According to the victim, he met McFarland on a chat line. She came to his apartment Feb. 13 and allegedly pulled a knife on him, ordered him to take off his clothes and tied him to the bed. The man estimates she went through his home for 30 minutes and then left him tied to the bed. He managed to get free and call 911.

Another knock to her claim: She has a criminal record of theft convictions in Hennepin, Wright, and St. Louis counties.