Who is Andrea Zendejas? Former Texas cop and ‘Live PD’ star joins OnlyFans
The former cop bills herself on the page as a 'PLUS Size Big booty havin’, gun slingin’, tatted, lingerie lovin’, All-American Woman'
A popular Texas police officer who appeared in the A&E reality series 'Live PD', has now quit her law enforcement gig and has started her journey on OnlyFans, where she will be making adult content for her audience.
Last month the ex-cop tweeted, “Last days on patrol. Super emotional time for me,” wrote Zendejas, 36, who worked for the El Paso Police Department and is also a US veteran. “I will miss my brothers & sisters in BLUE.” The former officer, who now lives in Wilmington, North Carolina, followed up in August 2021 with a smoldering post-retirement pic. In the caption, she described trading her “police uniform for tropical ties & flip flops,” hinting at “new adventures to come.”
Last days on patrol. Super emotional time for me. I will miss my brothers & sisters in BLUE. It’s a family like no other & I’ll always have their backs no matter what. It’s a different kind of love & relationship when you are willing to die for one another. #BackTheBlue #chapters pic.twitter.com/xPHHHxGtSc— Andrea Zendejas (@OfcAZendejas) July 27, 2021
Zendejas didn't reveal what the “new adventures” required; however, the ex-cop has an active account on the controversial sexual content website OnlyFans, on which subscribers can see her titillating content for $15 a month. The former cop bills herself on the page as a “PLUS Size Big booty havin’, gun slingin’, tatted, lingerie lovin’, All-American Woman.” Zendejas, who is the mother of two also posts more saucy content on her Instagram page, which boasts more than 25,000 followers.
In 2018, Zendejas’ made news, when she joined 'Live PD', where she became known as the “Bun of Justice” among fans because of her massive hair bun. However, she lost the gig after the series was canceled by the A&E Network in 2020 following weeks of protests in the wake of the death of George Floyd.
On August 21, Zendejas posted a picture of her in her uniform and wrote, "Thank you for the shout out El Paso! Always loved Sun City. Thank you for all the great memories &wonderful people that were brought into my life. Take care of your hearts and http://minds.Talk soon. #chapters #onlyfans #suncity @KLAQ." In July she posted, "
Thank you for the shout out El Paso!Always loved the Sun City. Thank you for all the great memories &wonderful people that was brought into my life. Take care of your hearts and https://t.co/9pipedZHuD soon. #chapters #onlyfans #suncity @KLAQ https://t.co/JnjLKRTegw— Andrea Zendejas (@OfcAZendejas) August 21, 2021
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