Police officer who slept with six co-workers offered $10,000 to do strip club shows
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A disgraced police officer, who had sex with her colleagues while on duty, has been offered $10,000 to perform at a strip club.
Maegan Hall, formerly of La Vergne Police Department, Tennessee, hit the headlines earlier this month when it was revealed that she had been having affairs with her fellow officers.
She and a handful of cops were fired after their antics, involving wild parties and sexting, came to light.
But now, following her dismissal, a strip club in Nashville has offered her thousands to do a couple of shows.
Deja Vu Showgirls said that it was a good offer, considering her current financial situation.
Speaking to the Scoop Nashville, Regional Director Michael Durham said: "We want her at Deja Vu Nashville on March 17th. Two shows. $5,000 per show.
"I get the moral outrage. However, she is no longer an employee of the La Vergne Police Department. She can now choose what is best for her financially."
This comes after an internal investigation carried out by La Vergne Police Department found that Hall and a number of officers had been involved in inappropriate behaviour while on and off shift.
As a result, she and Sergeant Lewis Powell, officer Juan Lugo, Sergeant Ty McGowan, and Detective Seneca Shields were all relieved of their duties.
Patrol and K-9 Officer Larry Holladay, Patrol Officer Patrick Magliocco and Patrol Officer Gavin Schoeberl were also suspended.
According to the investigation, Hall had been 'engaged in a sexual relationship' with six of the above officers - including two 'while on duty and inside city owned property'.
As well as Hall, two of the involved police officers, Magliocco and Powell, are said to be married to their partners.
Police Chief Burrell Davis commented on the investigation and resulting terminations and suspensions, stating: "This is a difficult situation for our department and for the city, but I want to be clear that the actions of a few do not represent this department as a whole.
"We have sufficient staff to cover all of our patrol shifts and I have full confidence in our officer’s ability to protect and serve. We are working diligently to rebuild the trust of our citizens and our community.
"We understand this will take time and diligence from our command staff and officers to repair the honor and integrity of our department."
Despite the high profile scandal, however, Hall's husband, Jedidiah Hall, said he planned on sticking by her.
"I don’t know how he’s doing it, he’s more of a man than I am, but he’s trying to salvage his marriage," Jedidiah's boss, Coffee County Sheriff Chad Partin, told the Daily Mail.
“I don’t condone what went on at the La Vergne Police Department but he sure hasn’t broken any laws. He’s the victim here. There’s not a blemish on his record. He is doing a phenomenal, phenomenal job."