Harris Co. treasury official accused of stealing $35K to pay financial dominatrix

- A Harris County treasury official is accused of stealing tens of thousands of dollars to pay off a financial dominatrix.

Court documents show that Gregory Lueb, 56, was charged with felony theft for stealing more than $35,000.

Lueb, who is the county's first assistant treasurer, told authorities that he willingly obtained funds from the Harris County Federal Credit Union which he then sent to the alleged financial dominatrix. He claims she repeatedly demanded he send her money online or face consequences.

Court papers filed by prosecutors say Lueb told investigators that he had been texting with a woman called "Mistress Cindy," who he met on the sadomasochism website collarspace.com. The two participated in a plot to steal money from the credit union. The credit union is the repository for county employees' money.

District Attorney Kim Ogg says Lueb was fired Thursday.

He is being held at Harris County Jail.

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