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Police Officer Who Slept With Six Co-workers Breaks Silence On Sex Scandal With Explosive Interview

The US police officer who engaged in sexual relations with six colleagues has recently come forward to speak about the scandal. She alleged that her superiors "exploited her weaknesses" and derived "sexual pleasure" from the situation.

A scandal within the La Vergne Police Department has resulted in the termination of five officers and the suspension of three more, as announced earlier this week.


In a recent federal lawsuit against the department, Maegan Hall, the sole female officer dismissed in connection to the scandal, alleged that she was "groomed for sexual exploitation".

In January, the 24-year-old officer was dismissed from her job after an internal investigation concluded that she and other male officers engaged in sexual activities while on duty, and subsequently lied about their actions.


The investigation revealed that Hall was involved in a "sexual relationship" with six of the aforementioned officers, two of whom were engaged in sexual activities with her while on duty and inside city-owned property.

The scandal implicated the police chief and two sergeants among others.

Since the story was made public, Hall has been subjected to sexual jokes and taunts.


She told News Channel 5 Nashville: "I received harassing and threatening messages on my phone daily. I felt like I had been terrorized."

She has filed a lawsuit against the city in federal court, accusing the department of creating a hostile work environment.

Hall said: "I know what most people are saying. 'You could have said no.' I get it. But my response to them is that I did say no, and he wouldn't take no for an answer. Eventually, I gave in from the pressure."


Although she admits to her involvement, she claims it was under duress, and argues that the media's focus on the scandalous details has put her in the spotlight without telling the whole story.


Hall continued: "They isolated me. Shunned me. They accused me, and they blamed me for becoming a victim."

She added: "My supervisors worked together to take advantage of my vulnerabilities and mental health, and they used it for their gain and their sexual pleasure."

According to Hall, no woman should ever have to go through the kind of abuse she experienced, and what happened to her at the police department should not happen to anyone.


"Who do you turn to when the chief of police is sexually harassing you?" she asked.

"How can I get justice when the entire system, including the chief, not only condoned such behavior but participated in it? I was lost, and I felt alone. I had no one to turn to and nowhere to go."

Police Chief Burrell Davis issued a statement regarding the investigation and the resulting terminations and suspensions, saying: "This is a difficult situation for our department and for the city, but I want to be clear that the actions of a few do not represent this department as a whole."


"We have sufficient staff to cover all of our patrol shifts and I have full confidence in our officer's ability to protect and serve. We are working diligently to rebuild the trust of our citizens and our community.

"We understand this will take time and diligence from our command staff and officers to repair the honor and integrity of our department."