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Maegan Hall: Tennessee cop offered $10k to do shows at strip club after being fired for on-duty sex

Deja Vu Nashville wants Meagan Hall for two shows on March 17, where she will receive $5,000 per show
UPDATED JAN 26, 2023
Maegan Hall was fired from the La Vergne Police Department for having sexual relations with several co-workers (La Vergne Police Department)
Maegan Hall was fired from the La Vergne Police Department for having sexual relations with several co-workers (La Vergne Police Department)

LA VERGNE, TENNESSEE: A Tennessee cop who was fired for having multiple sexual relationships with co-workers on and off duty has reportedly been offered a new stream of employment. Deja Vu Showgirls in Nashville have offered Maegan Hall $10,000 to perform at their 34th Anniversary party in mid-March.

"We want her at Deja Vu Nashville on March 17th. Two shows. $5,000 per show," Regional Director Michael Durham told Scoop Nashville. "I get the moral outrage. However, she is no longer an employee of the La Vergne Police Department. She can now choose what is best for her financially." However, it is unclear if Hall is planning to pick the new post after she told Daily Mail, that following the scandal, she's "just going to move on and live (her) life."


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The La Vergne, Tennessee, police force officer was fired amid charges that she performed oral sex on colleagues while on duty, had affairs and proposed threesomes with another officer and his wife, and stripped her top at a "Girls Gone Wild"-themed hot tub party. Hall who claims to be in an open marriage even tried to recruit her sheriff's deputy husband Jedidiah Hall in her romp.

An internal investigation, however, revealed that Jedidiah, the son of a pastor, "wasn't really on board" and instead confronted his wife of four years for infidelity. The couple will apparently keep working on their marriage despite her alleged affair becoming public knowledge. An internal investigation was launched in December after a whistle-blower reported a female police officer engaging in "intimate relationships" with male co-workers while on duty, at hotels, and while drinking.

Patrol Officer Juan Lugo, Sgt. Lewis Powell, Detective Seneca Shields, and Sgt. Ty McGowan were all fired from their positions as a result of the alleged investigation. Patrol officers Patrick Magliocco and Gavin Schoeberl, as well as K-9 officer Larry Holladay, were also suspended but allowed to keep their jobs.

The Mayor of La Vergne, a town reportedly consisting of 40,000 people, 20 miles southeast of Nashville, announced that Hall and the four officers who she allegedly had sex with while on and off duty were sacked and the other three were suspended without pay. He added the department will be undergoing mandatory "retraining" in the "rules, regulations, and expectations" program.