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Former officer Meagan Hall files lawsuit, claims she was “groomed” by fellow officers

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Officer Maegan Hall (center) was fired after an investigation revealed she had sex on duty with other officers (pictured).


The former Tennessee police officer who was forced off the department in disgrace after it was discovered she slept with over 60% of the force has filed an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) complaint against the city she once protected.

Meagan Hall, who became internationally known earlier this year for her outrageous sex scandal, claims the Hostile working conditions at the La Vergne Police Department led her to eventually sleep with multiple men at the department.

Hall claims that several of her supervisors groomed her and utilized her sexually without her consent.

The former officer also claims that the chief of the police department, Chip Davis, was condoning such grooming.

Additionally, Hall claimed that Davis asked her to dance for him in his office.

According to WSMV, a third-party investigation revealed that Davis potentially violated federal law by not reporting sexual misconduct.

Hall went on to complain that female officers at the department were “treated as sexual objects and targets for verbal and physical harassment.”

“I think as a whole the city is disappointed with the situation,” said La Vergne Mayor Jason Cole, who has championed the complaint and was the first to report misconduct to city HR. “The police department is held to a higher standard, and so I don’t think it falls on any one member of this (Mayor and Alderman) board. I think we need to make sure we are setting policies and procedures that lift our city and our officers up and give them the tools they need to do what they are supposed to do. As well as the training so they are aware of what’s allowable and what’s not, what’s appropriate and what’s not appropriate.”

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