Colorado Vice President With OnlyFans Retires With $30K Payment

ARAPAHOE COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) – A former Arapahoe County Sheriff’s deputy has retired with a $30,000 separation agreement instead of facing an internal investigation into her OnlyFans page.

Melissa Williams still runs her OnlyFans page, which allows online subscribers to pay $10 a month to watch her nude or partially nude and perform sexual acts with her husband. She spent 28 years in law enforcement, including her final 11 years at the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office, where she was most recently assigned to a detention center as a lieutenant.

“I am a really good cop. I’m a really good cop and I’m a really good leader,” 48-year-old Williams said in an interview with Problem Solvers.

Williams said she never wore a uniform or identified herself as a deputy and said it never occurred to her that the police department might find her page inappropriate.

“I never do that because I’m off duty and it’s never criminal,” she said.

OnlyFans page leads to complaint

Williams said there were no problems with her OnlyFans page for the first 18 months. But eventually, colleagues found out, and a female officer from a neighboring police department filed a complaint with the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office. In the August 5 complaint, she said she felt “the lieutenant’s poor judgment is a discredit to the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office.”

“I was thinking, this doesn’t even affect the person who reported it. It doesn’t affect my work, it doesn’t affect my employees, it doesn’t affect the community,” Williams said.

But the sheriff’s office took the complaint seriously. In a memo obtained by the Problem Solver, a home affairs inspector wrote, “The website contains photographs of Lieutenant Williams taking photographs that clearly show her face and genitals. Then, one or more pictures appear to have been taken in public. location.”

“I think some people see what I do for fun, as a sex worker, but I am like other people’s neighbors, their friends, their mothers, their daughters. I remained who I was for the 18 months that the page existed without anyone knowing it,” Williams said.

Colorado law protects employees’ personal time

“There are a lot of legal things that someone might not accept,” said Don Mayer, professor of business ethics and legal studies at the University of Denver.

He said Colorado has a law called “Regulations on operation outside of legal obligations” that protects employees from being fired for what they do in their personal time as long as they don’t break any laws.

“I don’t think there’s a strong argument that what she did was against the law,” Mayer said.

But Sheriff Tyler Brown’s spokesman said the agency felt Williams should have asked for permission to do the side job, like any deputy working as a security guard at a bar or a beloved football game. demand to do.

Williams said the side job application didn’t happen.

“No, because it really doesn’t generate income from employment and there are a lot of individuals across the metro area whose work could be considered side employment but it is not something that is required or reported,” she said.

Williams declined to say how much money her OnlyFans page made but admitted that she has more than 300 subscribers. She said she decided to accept a separation agreement and release $30,000 in November to retire from the sheriff’s department, in part because she believes the department will fire her if she don’t do that.

“I don’t leave shame and I don’t leave shame on OnlyFans. I’m leaving because it’s what’s right for me and my family, and honestly, OnlyFans’ work is just part of it,” Williams said.

Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office Responds

Sheriff Brown declined to discuss Williams’ case but his spokesman told FOX31 in an email:

“As for side jobs, our policy does not explicitly mention OnlyFans or similar web hosting platforms; however, this policy does not cover side employment that could negatively affect a member’s performance of regularly assigned duties or potentially make the Sheriff’s Office look bad. Regarding the nature of the OnlyFans platform, the Sheriff explained our policy to mean that anyone who has the site or page as a second job will need to notify the Sheriff and be advised by him. consent before pursuing that commitment. “

Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office

In another statement on Monday, the Sheriff’s Office said:

The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office began investigating Ms. Williams after receiving a complaint from a member of the public alleging that Ms. Williams posted on a pornographic website and in doing so disparaged her. credit to the Sheriff’s Office. Prior to completing that investigation, Ms. Williams sought to negotiate her resignation and decided to resign.

Ms. Williams was not fired, nor forced to leave the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office. Ms Williams’ allegations appear to be nothing more than an attempt to create a “credible” story to increase traffic to her website.

Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office

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