LEAKED SEXTAPE VIDEO: Cop girl, Maegan Hall's husband, Jedidiah Hall, is still staying with his wife after finding out she had sex with 6 police officers and co-workers as they are in open marriage KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt


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Tuesday, January 17, 2023

LEAKED SEXTAPE VIDEO: Cop girl, Maegan Hall's husband, Jedidiah Hall, is still staying with his wife after finding out she had sex with 6 police officers and co-workers as they are in open marriage

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Cop girl, Maegan Hall's husband, Jedidiah Hall, is still staying with his wife after finding out she had sex with 6 police officers and co-workers. 

This cops husband staying with her after finding out she slept with 6 of her co workers is crazy to me.

Meanwhile, Officers Patrick Magliocco, Larry Holladay, and Gavin Schoeberl were suspended from their roles for their involvement in the scandal.

Investigation into the alleged affairs began on December 12 after La Vergne Mayor Jason Cole received information from a whistleblower and asked the city's Human Resources Director, Andrew Patton, to look into the situation.

The investigation found that the officers on the second shift engaged in undisclosed physical relationships on and off the clock, had private encounters inside the station while on duty, and exchanged inappropriate photos and videos with each other.

The report mentioned that some encounters occurred at football watch parties hosted by officers, where they discussed involving their wives alongside Maegan Hall in private activities.

A married Tennessee cop, Maegan Hall, was recently fired from her position for being involved in an affair with six of her fellow officers at the La Vergne Police Department.

Sergeant Lewis Powell, Sergeant Ty McGowan, Officer Juan Lugo, and Detective Seneca Shields are the other officers who were booted from their jobs alongside Hall.

Other private encounters allegedly took place at a shift party during an NFL game and at a hotel following an outing at the Go Kart USA center. Officer Maegan Hall was accused of strip*ing during one such escapade at a “hot tub party” on Sergeant Eric Staats' houseboat.

While Staats was not directly involved in the scandal, Hall was accused of having another alleged private encounter with a cop in the washroom of the former’s boat.

Mayor Cole said that the situation was “unacceptable” and mentioned that he ordered the involved officers to be disciplined after the investigation came to a close on December 28:

Jedidiah Hall is a Coffee County sheriff’s deputy who is the husband of former La Vergne, Tennessee, police officer, Maegan Hall.

Maegan Hall was fired after being accused of having multiple sexual relationships with fellow officers on the La Vergne Police Department, according to the internal investigative report obtained by WSMV-TV in the case.

La Vergne Alderman Kara Hobbs told WTVF that she was “shocked and overall disappointed” by the situation. She added that authorities would have to work on rebuilding the trust of the community:

“There's definitely going to be a time period where we are really going to have to emphasize rebuilding the trust of our community.”

According to Daily Mail, her husband has decided to stick by her even as the case has gone viral. Four other police officers were also fired, and three officers were suspended as a result of the report’s recommendations, USA Today reported.

Jedidiah Hall was featured in a blog post by the Tennessee State Parks.

At that time, the blog described him as park ranger for Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. The blog asked: “What experiences inspired you to work with Tennessee State Parks?” He responded,

I grew up in Chapel Hill, Tennessee, and spent my weekends and summers in the woods and on the riverbanks of Henry Horton State Park. Without much money to travel, Henry Horton became my family’s go-to summer destination. Growing up on the trails and swimming in the river made me fall in love with our state parks and being in the outdoors. When I got older and began working on my master’s degree at MTSU, I had the goal of being a teacher. However, the summer after my first year, I was hired by Henry Horton State Park as a Seasonal Interpretive Recreator. That summer changed my life, and I decided to teach park visitors about Tennessee’s history and natural resources.

The blog quotes Jedidiah Hall as saying his favorite thing “about working for state parks is witnessing the look in our visitor’s eyes when they connect with our state’s natural or cultural resources. That ‘wow’ moment makes all of the hard work worth it, and it makes me fall in love with our park system all over again. ”

Asked, “What advice would you give to someone that shows interest in working with Tennessee State Parks?” he responded, according to the blog:

Explore our parks when you can and find the thing that inspires you about the outdoors. Our parks preserve some of our state’s most precious cultural and natural resources, and there is something for everyone to enjoy when looking for a diverse career. I would also tell them to get involved! Volunteer at your local park by picking up trash, helping with waterway clean-ups, and assisting with resource management projects. Then when they feel ready, they can begin to seek employment as interpreters, maintenance crew, or trail workers.

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