Sam Helena : Officer Naughty, a UK police officer who used the handle “Officer Naughty” to post semi-n@ked pictures on her OnlyFans account, was fired.Follow For More UPdates Blingsnews
Following the creation of an OnlyFans profile, a police officer was sacked
Police officer Sam Helena resigned the Metropolitan Police after receiving a reprimand from her superiors for adopting the online alias “Officer Naughty.”
She may have departed, but her disciplinary hearing is still ongoing, and gross misconduct charges could still be brought against her.
She received “words of wisdom” when she uploaded a p0rn0gr@phic video of her tongue stud while wearing her uniform to TikTok two years ago.
Sam Helena gave her employer last week’s notice that she was quitting
Everything went awry when Helena’s teachers realised that her Instagram account was connected to her OnlyFans website, which charges visitors to subscribe and view her posts.
She resigned after being placed on administrative leave last week for allegedly disparaging the force.
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She has around 100 postings on her account, and she charges customers around £15 (roughly Rs 1,500) per month to access s@x, unrestricted content, and p0r*n. You can think of me as your welfare officer because I’m here for you. I’m the neighbour you can’t stop thinking about when you see her out your window.
Even though she still has a job until December 31, 2022, when she intends to leave, Helena said she quit her work before being suspended and investigated for having her lone fan account.\
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She has left, according to a Met Police spokesperson. The officer who filed a letter of resignation has been placed on administrative leave, according to the spokeswoman.
A social media platform called OnlyFans launched in 2016 and allowed users to subscribe for a fee. It enables individuals to buy or trade original content. NSFW movies and images are posted by users of adult websites on their paywalled accounts.
A monthly subscription of $4.99 to $49.99 must be paid by everyone who wants to view the content.
The network saw a huge increase in users as clubs and venues closed as a result of the pandemic because its personnel required a new source of income.