Married cop fired after steamy romps with six fellow police officers uncovered

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    A police officer has been fired after it was claimed she had a string of workplace dalliances.

    Married officer Maegan Hall allegedly had steamy affairs with six male colleagues, which included exchanging explicit pictures, having oral sex with two coworkers at a police station, and even engaging in sexual activity while on the clock.

    The alleged flings not only led to Hall's dismissal but also saw Sergeant Lewis Powell, Officer Juan Lugo, Sergeant Ty McGowan and Detective Seneca Shields get the sack, an internal investigation published on December 28 found.

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    Two other officers who are said to have had affairs with Hall – Patrick Magliocco and Larry Holladay – kept their jobs but were suspended, the New York Post reported.

    The alleged liaisons took place in hotel rooms and at other officers' houses, with one incident taking place on a boat and others at the Tennessee station, US, where Hall and her colleagues worked.

    The escapades were discovered after La Vergne Mayor Jason Cole received a tip-off that Hall had a threesome with Magliocco and his wife, among other claims.

    Magliocco, when asked about the allegations, admitted to having sex with Hall on "numerous occasions."

    The police officer added that they saw Hall and Holladay kiss at a football viewing party, and that she kissed his own wife, Amy, after discovering they had an "open marriage".

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    Hall, who allegedly claimed to be in an open marriage herself, reportedly agreed to have a threesome with the Maglioccos despite protestations by her husband who reportedly "really wasn't on board" with the arrangement.

    Magliocco added Hall had also bragged about Powell's "big black d***," and said the officer had performed a sex act on him while the two of them were on shift, according to the report.

    Powell initially denied having any sexual contact with Hall but told investigators "everybody knows she has multiple partners," and named Holladay and McGowan as her potential paramours.

    However he was later caught lying about being at the gym with the rogue officer and, during a follow-up interview, admitted to the affair.

    Powell was then involved in a domestic disturbance with his wife, who Powell alleged "beat the s*** out of me" following the raunchy revelation.

    Holladay admitted to having sex with Hall "multiple" times, while McGowan said he once went to Hall’s house with another woman and exposed his genitals.

    Hall initially denied the sexual relationships with Powell and Magliocco, but eventually confessed and also admitted to having sex with Lugo at a motel.

    While Lugo initially denied the claims, he came clean in a second interrogation.

    An event mentioned several times in the report reportedly saw an "intoxicated" hall take off her shirt during a "girls gone wild" party after having been "force-fed" vodka by Magliocco, before others stepped in and covered her up "to protect her".

    Magliocco added he was concerned about Hall's mental health and drinking.

    He claimed he once saw Hall point an empty gun at her head and pull the trigger "so she could hear what it sounded like" and said she was suffering from mental illness.

    Lugo, Powell and Shields were dismissed for violating police procedure and lying during the investigation, as was McGowan, who was also seen choking an HR employee.

    HR Director Andrew Patton, who authored the report and conducted the investigation, sanctioned the eight officers for various penalties "sexual activity while on duty, sexual harassment, conduct unbecoming of an officer, and lying during the course of the investigation."

    “Pornography and offensive pictures in the workplace are forms of sexual harassment. These items are offensive, inappropriate, and can lead to a hostile work environment for other employees,” the report said.

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