**Publication date:** Dec 2014

**Abstract:**

We study the non-monotonic Keplerian velocity profiles related to locally nonrotating frames (LNRF) in the field of near-extreme braneworld Kerr black holes and naked singularities in which the non-local gravitational effects of the bulk are represented by a braneworld tidal charge b and the 4D geometry of the spacetime structure is governed by the Kerr-Newman geometry. We show that positive tidal charge has a tendency to restrict the values of the black hole dimensionless spin a admitting existence of the non-monotonic Keplerian LNRF-velocity profiles; the non-monotonic profiles exist in the black hole spacetimes with tidal charge smaller than b = 0.41005 (and spin larger than a = 0.76808). With decreasing value of the tidal charge (which need not be only positive), both the region of spin allowing the non-monotonicity in the LNRF-velocity profile around braneworld Kerr black hole and the velocity difference in the minimum-maximum parts of the velocity profile increase implying growing astrophysical relevance of this phenomenon.

**Authors:**

Stuchlík, Z.; Blaschke, M.; Slaný, P.;