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Female cop in New Jersey fights to keep her new post after her police officials discover previous career as a dominatrix

June 17, 2017  |  Posted by: Francesca Falzarano
Female cop in New Jersey fights to keep her new post after her police officials discover previous career as a dominatrix

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Kristen Hyman who was recently sworn-in police officer is fighting for her job after her department discovered that she previously starred in bondage movies as a dominatrix.

Hyman, who is a police officer with the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office is accused of conduct improper of a public employee and is scheduled for a disciplinary hearing on June 27th.

The videos were reportedly made between 2010 to 2012.

Hyman says she never appeared naked, used a false name and took part in staged encounters. Her lawyer says the clips show nothing illegal

Several videos shows Hyman choking men until they appear to fall unconscious, and is seen above pushing a man’s head under the water

She was suspended on May 26th, six days before she was scheduled to graduate from the academy, for neglecting to disclose “that she appeared in the films and saw clients privately for money.”

Kristen Hyman told detectives that she never appeared naked and didn’t perform any sexual acts in the films, NJ.com reported.

She referred to the tapes as “stupid stuff I did when I was a kid” and said that the violent behavior that is seen in some recordings, including whipping and kicking, were fake.

Hyman is seen here making a man in a leather mask lick her boots. She has called the videos, filmed between 2010 and 2013, ‘stupid stuff I did when I was a kid’

Hyman is seen kicking naked men in the testicles, slapping and insulting them, and making them ‘worship’ her

Hyman argued that she was just an actress in the videos, and added that her real name was never used.

Her attorneys argued that it was wrong to suspend her prior to holding a disciplinary hearing.

A judge revoked the suspension, and Hyman was sworn in on June 8th. Her attorneys indicated that she is on modified duty.

Court records showed that Sheriff Frank Schillari agreed with the penalty against Hyman, saying it was important to protect the department’s integrity and prevent her from taking an oath “for which she is not entitled.”

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