Alleged victim in James-Robert Davis sex slavery case is labelled a ...

James-Robert Davis, a self-proclaimed 'kinky sex overlord' and former soldier, allegedly had a woman sign a 'slave contract', which she believed was a legally binding document

A woman who claims she was kept in a cage and forced to wear a steel collar by a violently domineering partner has repeatedly been caught driving with meth and cannabis in her system. 

The 30-year-old faced court in Sydney on Monday after pleading guilty to a string of charges including drug driving and carrying a knife in a public place. 

The woman has alleged former soldier James-Robert Davis, a self-proclaimed 'kinky sex overlord', made her sign a 'slave contract' while they were in an abusive relationship.

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When Davis was arrested in northern New South Wales in March he was living with five other women in a 'consensual polyamorous relationship' also described as a cult. 

The 40-year-old has been charged by the Australian Federal Police with possessing a slave, reducing a person to slavery and causing a person to remain in servitude.

Downing Centre Local Court heard on Monday his alleged victim would produce evidence of her assistance to the AFP when being sentenced for the drug-driving offences.

NSW police have described her as a 'self-confessed illicit drug user' who was allegedly caught drug-driving three times since December last year. 

The woman was first issued with an infringement for driving with an illicit drug in her saliva on the north coast of NSW on August 20.

James-Robert Davis has been charged with possessing a slave, reducing a person to slavery and causing a person to remain in servitude. He is pictured centre with -clad women who are not the alleged victims of the charges

A woman who claims she was kept in a cage and forced to wear a steel collar by a violently domineering partner has repeatedly been caught driving with meth and cannabis in her system. A cage in James-Robert Davis's 'House of Cadifor' is pictured

A woman who claims she was kept in a cage and forced to wear a steel collar by a violently domineering partner has repeatedly been caught driving with meth and cannabis in her system. A cage in James-Robert Davis's 'House of Cadifor' is pictured

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The woman has alleged former soldier James-Robert Davis, a self-proclaimed 'kinky sex overlord', made her sign a 'slave contract' while they were in an abusive relationship. Davis is pictured with another woman at his 'House of Cadifor'

She tested positive to meth and cannabis when pulled over in the same region on December 6 and was found carrying a knife in her phone carry case. 

'The accused stated that she had taken it off some kids and forgotten about it,' a statement of facts said of the blade. 

On December 19 the woman was charged with possessing a small amount of cannabis and eight days later she was pulled over again and tested positive to cannabis and meth.

When asked about her drug use on that occasion she replied: 'I had a cone earlier in the day', according to a statement of facts tendered in court. 

'The accused is a self-confessed illicit drug user and police regularly find drug paraphernalia in her vehicle,' the statement said. 

'The accused should not be driving on the roads as she is a danger to herself and others and has been stopped by police three times over the course of December and January for the same offence.'  

The woman has pleaded guilty to the December 19 and December 27 drug-driving and knife offences and is facing yet another drug-driving charge on the north coast.

Davis allegedly forced a woman to have a slave number tattooed on her body. 'The victim recalls the slave number started with S/N 95, followed by a unique number,' police allege

Davis allegedly forced a woman to have a slave number tattooed on her body. 'The victim recalls the slave number started with S/N 95, followed by a unique number,' police allege

Australian Federal Police raided James-Robert Davis's property in northern NSW in March and allegedly found property including a barber's chair (pictured)

Australian Federal Police raided James-Robert Davis's property in northern NSW in March and allegedly found property including a barber's chair (pictured)

Most of her matters have been adjourned until June. Meanwhile, Davis is in Parklea jail under strict protection from other inmates due to his previous employment as a prison officer. 

His alleged victim's barrister George Thomas told a magistrate on Monday he had spoken to an AFP officer and would be submitting material which detailed assistance his client had given to the agency. 

According to a statement of facts, the woman met Davis met in 2012 when he was in the army and the pair soon began living together at Maroubra in Sydney's eastern suburbs.

The woman allegedly initially consented when Davis began to introduce bondage, discipline sadism and masochism (BDSM) during sex because it did not intrude on their day-to-day lives. 

But two months into the relationship Davis allegedly punched her to the ground. He allegedly began isolating the woman from her family and friends and took over handling her finances. 

James-Robert Davis (pictured), 40, appeared before Armidale Local Court via videolink on March 17 having been charged with slavery offences. He was refused bail

James-Robert Davis (pictured), 40, appeared before

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