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JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – A South African dominatrix has given up her battle to live in a vicarage, telling the church’s congregation they can “shove” the disputed residence, a local newspaper reported Wednesday.

The Pretoria News said Marianne Ellis had been renting the manse, or vicarage, at the Doornkloof Nederduitse Gereformeerde Kerk near Pretoria for some time when church elders discovered her sideline as a local dominatrix and asked her to move.

Ellis and her husband at first sought to fight the church in court, but Tuesday decided to back down, the newspaper said.

“It is a long story, but basically I am tired of fighting, really tired. They can take their manse back, in fact they can shove it,” she told the newspaper.

Ellis, who said she was promised a long lease and option to buy the vicarage, had earlier showed reporters her “torture chamber” at the house but said she never had sex with her clients and was not running a brothel.

Following the dispute with the church, Ellis told the Pretoria News she was temporarily calling a halt to her career.

“But I will crack the whip again after we have moved. Then I will be back with a vengeance,” the newspaper quoted her as saying.

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