Nashville Police Officer Fired After Recording OnlyFans Video Featuring Fake Traffic Stop While In Uniform

Nashville Police

To protect and serve, eh?

The Metro Nashville Police Department fired an officer yesterday moaning…sorry, morning, after it was discovered that he appeared in an OnlyFans video while in uniform.

Sean Herman, who has been an officer in Nashville for three years, allegedly appeared in the video posted by an adult content creator named Jordin titled “Can’t believe he didn’t arrest me,” which featured the now-former cop performing a traffic stop and groping the woman’s breasts in the video.

Now, if you’ve consumed any of this type of content on the internet (not saying I have), I’m sure you can imagine how the video went. Girl gets pulled over, can’t afford the ticket, offers the police officer something else in return, everybody leaves happy. That was basically the gist of it (at least according to Newschannel 5, I haven’t seen the video personally just for the record).

The officer in the video was careful not to show his face, but he slipped up by briefly showing a portion of the Metro Nashville Police Department patch on the sleeve of his uniform, which caused MNPD to launch an all-hands-on-deck investigation to identify him.

In speaking about the video, MNPD spokesman Don Aaron called Herman’s actions “outrageous.”

“That was one of the most outrageous, disrespectful acts that a person here could do and, by disrespectful, I mean to all the MNPD employees and this agency.”

It’s not known whether Herman was on the clock when the video was filmed.

Hey, being a police officer is hard.

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