Ex-dominatrix fired from Sheriff’s Department
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NOT A GOOD IMAGE – A female officer sworn in to The Hudson County Sheriff’s Department was fired on Feb. 7 after she failed to disclose prior to entering the force that she had worked as a dominatrix
NOT A GOOD IMAGE – A female officer sworn in to The Hudson County Sheriff’s Department was fired on Feb. 7 after she failed to disclose prior to entering the force that she had worked as a dominatrix
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HUDSON COUNTY – Kristen Hyman, 32, was fired from the Hudson County Sheriff’s Department on Feb. 7 because she allegedly failed to disclose that she had worked as dominatrix in films before applying to become a sheriff’s officer.

Sworn-in last June, Hyman was suspended briefly just prior to the ceremony pending an investigation into allegations of her sometimes violent roles as a dominatrix in films.

In testimony at her hearing and comments to the media, Kristin said the violent acts portrayed in films shot between 2008 and 2012 were staged, and not real. While she claimed she never appeared naked, she did occasionally perform for clients privately for money. She reportedly called what she did, “stupid stuff” she did as a kid.

Originally suspended on May 26, Kristin won reprieve in the courts that allowed her to be sworn in on June 8.

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