Porn star who toured 'highly sensitive' NYPD headquarters says host was not aware of her racy past

German porn star Annina Ucatis was seen clicking pictures throughout and also posted a three-minute video that risked jeopardizing private and confidential information


                            Porn star who toured 'highly sensitive' NYPD headquarters says host was not aware of her racy past

A retired German porn star who got a controversial tour of the NYPD headquarters claimed that her host had no idea of her racy past.

Annina Ucatis took to her Instagram to share her behind-the-scenes experience to One Police Plaza. "NYPD Deputy Inspector Anthony Raganella had no prior knowledge of my formal career before graciously allowing me to join his fellow law enforcement visitors," she shared.  

Ucatis who has starred in films such as 'Big Tit A-List' (2009) and 'Fast & Sexy' (2008) has also apologized for "any inconvenience or embarrassment" her tour has caused Raganella.

According to sources, Raganella is facing a disciplinary probe for escorting the porn star all around highly sensitive areas. 

"I am a huge fan of NYC and law enforcement and I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience or embarrassment this has caused the Deputy Inspector of the NYPD," she shared. Ever since boasting about her 1PP tour, she has infuriated Police Commissioner James O’Neill who was not present during the visit. 

As reported by NY Post, a source said, "He’s not happy. [Raganella] brought her there on a day he knew the commissioner wouldn’t be there."

The documented tour included the Real-Time Crime Center, where police monitor accidents across the city. They also visited the Security Coordination Center where Raganella was seen smiling and posing alongside Ucatis. 

Ucatis was seen clicking pictures throughout and also posted a three-minute video that risked jeopardizing private and confidential information, a source shared.

The insider continued, "What’s on those screens appear to be stuff that generally should not be in view by the public. 911 calls and information given by the victim is typed into the system." 

The NYPD disapproves and discourages recording images inside its facilities. It had also issued guidance to cops last year that civilians could get arrested for recording images inside the facility.