Cop who lost job over sex scandal with co-workers offered new role at strip club

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    A cop who was fired after details of her shocking sex scandal went viral online has been offered a new position at a strip club.

    Maegan Hall, 26, was given her marching orders from La Vergne Police Department in Tennessee, USA, following an investigation in December 2022.

    Seven male officers, meanwhile, were also fired or handed an unpaid suspension as a result of the findings.

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    The investigation began after Mayor Jason Cole reported rumours of the sexual acts to the force's human resources department.

    According to reports, Ms Hall allegedly had sex with those colleagues – all of whom were married – which included occasions "while on duty and inside city-owned property".

    It is also alleged she exchanged nude photos with others, performed oral sex at the station, and took her bikini top off at a hot tub party.

    After news of the scandal spread like wildfire on TikTok, Reddit and Twitter, Ms Hall was widely condemned on the social media platforms for her behaviour.

    Her husband stuck by her, however, as did local strip club Deja Vu.

    "We want her at Deja Vu Nashville on March 17th," the club's regional director Michael Durham revealed.

    Due to her "celebrity" status the club thinks Hall could be a great crowd-puller.

    "I get the moral outrage," Durham continued. "However, she is no longer an employee of the LaVergne Police Department. She can now choose what is best for her financially."

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    He went on to reveal the strip club is offering her a cool $10,000 (£8,000) to perform two shows for its 34th-anniversary celebration.

    La Vegne PD, meanwhile, says it is committed to making changes to prevent any similar scandal from happening in the future.

    Such changes include retraining all city employees on the "rules, regulations, and expectations set forth by city leadership" – news that was welcomed by the Mayor.

    He said: "Our top priority moving forward will include rebuilding the public’s trust. I have full confidence in the police department’s leadership team and their ability to lead the department."


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