Lionel Hobsworth Middleton, in public life a banker to the privileged and the wealthy, leads a secretive private life of sexual perversion. Secretive except to the woman who nurtures his addiction and who chooses to film it. Sadomasochism is in full color high definition. Lionel, serving as “Leroy the boy” on weekends, finds he has entered a relationship with no limits. Governess Elsa revels in the artistry of cinematography and shares her talent in a most unique manner. She informs Lionel that he will be “tagged” so that his fans will be able to scan his tattoo with their Smartphone’s to watch his canings, suspension and whatever other torture the wicked Elsa can devise. Nothing is private once he steps into her apartment. There is always a camera pointed at him. Even while he is prepped by having his entire body shaved, during humiliating enemas and as Nurse Hopkins constructs a chastity device with piercings and cable ties, Lionel is constantly recorded. As the library of debauchery grows, Lionel finds he on a course of depravity he cannot reverse. When his personal assistant, Miss Teasdale receives a cryptic piece of mail with his “tag” on it, he lives in fear of her discovery behind its true meaning. If the prestigious firm of J. Covington and Associates were to find out about his surreptitious lifestyle they would fire him immediately, there are things that are just not done at a banking firm. When Heather Covington, granddaughter of J. Covington, takes Lionel on a business trip to Arkansas, he learns she knows all about his degeneracy into the BDSM world. She shows him her favorite videos from the site, and compliments his mistress on her editing abilities so only Lionel’s identity is known. Dreading losing his job, he submits to Heather immediately. Taking him to a property they are handling in a business venture, she shows him how to be a proper pony boy and rides him bareback. As more people learn of Elsa’s videos online, Lionel lives with constant anxiety of the wrong people discovering the truth about his being “tagged” and what it really means.