Maria Cortes Gonzalez
El Paso Times
Andrea Zendejas, who became well-known for being on the “Live PD” television show, has left the El Paso Police Department and the Sun City but still is available on an OnlyFans account.
She posted on her last days of being a police officer in late July.
“Last days on patrol. Super emotional time for me. I will miss my brothers (and) sisters in blue. It’s a family like no other (and) I’ll always have their backs no matter what. It’s a different kind of love (and) relationship when you are willing to die for one another,” she tweeted.
In early August, Zendejas announced on her Twitter account that she was trading in her police uniform for flip-flops and new adventures. She later posted photos from Wilmington, N.C., on her social media.
Zendejas made repeat appearances on “Live PD,” a reality policing show that aired twice a week on the A&E cable network.
With her signature hair bun, Zendejas was sometimes referred to as the Bun of Justice on social media.
She was named Law Enforcement Officer of the Year by a local veterans group, the El Paso Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars, in 2018.
At the time, she was noted for having made more than 60 arrests, checking 484 adults and 166 vehicles, seizing four guns and work that helped shut down a bar where drugs were being sold, according to an El Paso Times article.
She also made headlines when she was assaulted while responding to a suspicious subject call that same year and again in 2019, when she was a passenger with another off-duty police officer who got into a suspected drunken-driving crash with a parked car. Zendejas was injured in the accident.