Minneapolis cop under investigation after guy she pulled over 'recognized her from OnlyFans'

A Minnesota police officer is currently under investigation after a driver she pulled over realized that he was a subscriber to her OnlyFans account.

An unnamed cop is currently in hot water with the police department after it was revealed that she has a page on the adult-content subscription service.

According to Fox 9, the Fourth Precinct officer - who was described as well-respected - is now being probed by the department for any police policy violations or guidelines she may have broken.
It has been reported that it took the subscriber ten minutes to recognize the 35-year-old officer as he has been following her OnlyFans page for five months.

The driver told the publication that the cop had been posting a range of adult content, including pornography and customized videos, for an undetermined period.

"We were doing a little talking and checking and I was like, 'Man, she got an OnlyFans page. I’m on her OnlyFans page,'" he revealed, adding, "You got to go to the VIP and you get to see the videos of her and her, I guess husband, I guess that’s who it is, they do full sex videos."

In a screengrab obtained by Fox 9, the woman penned in her OnlyFans bio that she is a "Spirited, Overly Optimistic, Creator of Sexy Content to Please Others!"

The subscriber stated that once he learned who she was, he immediately changed his attitude during the routine stop. "You can’t arrest me no more; I’ve seen your private parts," the driver said, telling the outlet that being an authority and an OnlyFans model doesn't integrate.

"I wouldn't want her to be arresting me and I just saw you and your husband last night for $29.99 have sex on OnlyFans. I just can't respect you or the precinct that you’re working at," he shamelessly added.
The Minneapolis police chief has announced that an investigation is underway to determine if the cop has overstepped the Minneapolis Police Department (MPD) guidelines.

As per The New York Post, MPD's off-duty employment rules forbid officers from working in any business that "is not compatible with police work" including "any establishment that provides adult entertainment in the form of nude, semi-nude or topless exhibitions".

"We take any allegations of policy violations seriously and the chief has ordered an investigation," Chief of Police Brian O’Hara added in a statement to KSTP.
On Sunday (October 1), a spokesperson for Mayor Jacob Frey released a statement that read: "If all we're talking about is naked pictures behind a paywall, the mayor has no issue. However, the chief will determine if there are any policy violations."

It's not clear when the investigation will conclude, but Fox 9 reported that as of the time of writing, the officer’s OnlyFans page is still up and running.

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