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New Jersey deputy let go after lying to department about previous work as paid dominatrix

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Kristen Hyman is sworn in during a June 8, 2017, ceremony for 27 new officers at the William J. Brennan Courthouse in Jersey City, N.J. Hyman is fighting to keep her job after the department learned that she previously appeared in bondage films as a dominatrix. The Jersey Journal reports that the Hudson County sheriff’s officer faces a disciplinary hearing June 27. The department says the videos, produced from 2010 to 2012, have sparked ridicule for the agency.(Reena Rose Sibayan /The Jersey Journal via AP)

A New Jersey woman who attempted to start a career in law enforcement after previously working as a dominatrix has been fired from the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office.

Kristen Hyman was relieved of duty following the discovery that she had performed the dominatrix role for pay, starring in several dominance fetish videos online.

Image credit: Facebook.

Hyman was reportedly fired was for lying about her prior work as a dominatrix on her application for the department, although it’s possible she would never have been considered in the first place had she been honest about her careers.

Initially suspended without pay six days before graduating, Hyman was eventually allowed -by way of a judge- to graduate, but not before speaking to the media about the incident.

Even after graduation, the HCSO was opposed to he being sworn in, but ultimately allowed her to do so, placing her on administrative leave soon after and eventually firing her.

According to NJ.com, the sheriff’s office noted “the proliferation of video and audio records…and or the promoting on social media…has resulted in the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office being the subject of inquiry and ridicule among law enforcement.”


 

Hyman will have an opportunity to appeal the decision.

 

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