A Nashville strip club has offered crazed Tennessee cop Maegan Hall $10,000 for two shows after she was fired for having sex with several co-workers.
Hall, 26, was fired by the La Vergne Police Department, near Nashville, after an investigation found she had sexual relations with multiple officers at police precincts, hotels and at boisterous parties.
Facing her unemployment, Deja Vu Showgirls in Nashville offered the former officer $10,000 for two shows in mid-March, Regional Director Michael Durham confirmed to on Wednesday.
“We want her at Deja Vu Nashville on March 17th. two shows $5,000 a show,” he told Scoop Nashville.
“I understand 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.”
If Hall picks up the shows, her performances would be at the 34th anniversary party, according to the Indy 100.
It’s unclear if Hall plans to take on the new gig, but she told last week that after the scandal she’s “just going to move on and live my life”.
Meagan Hall, 26, was fired by the La Vergne Police Department, near Nashville, after an investigation found she had sexual relations with multiple officers at police precincts, hotels and at boisterous parties
Facing her unemployment, Deja Vu Showgirls in Nashville offered the former officer $10,000 for two shows in mid-March, Regional Director Michael Durham confirmed to on Wednesday
“We want her at Deja Vu Nashville on March 17th. two shows $5,000 a show,” the director said
“I don’t want to discuss it,” she told .
Married Hall performed oral sex on duty with colleagues, had affairs and proposed threesomes with another officer and his wife, and stripped off her bikini top at a “Girls Gone Wild” hot tub party.
The baby-faced siren told her hard-drinking cop squad she was in an open marriage and was trying to recruit her sheriff’s surrogate husband for swinger sessions.
According to an internal investigation, however, clean-cut Jedidiah Hall, the son of a pastor, “wasn’t really on board” and instead confronted his wife of four over cheating.
Jason Cole, mayor of La Vergne, a city of 40,000 people 20 miles southeast of Nashville, announced last week that Hall had been canned along with four officers with whom she allegedly had affairs on and off duty over the past year.
Three others have been suspended without pay while the remaining 62 officers working at the Nashville-area facility undergo mandatory “retraining” in “rules, regulations and expectations,” he added.
Hall cut an unlikely figure for a seductress as she stood outside her marital home in sweatpants and a baseball cap last week, waiting for her dog to pee in the yard.
She later changed into jeans and a flannel shirt to go to a nearby sports bar, where she spent several hours before reappearing with a stack of papers and a vape pen.
It’s unclear if Hall will take up her offer, but she told last week that after the scandal she’ll “just move on and live my life”.
can reveal that big-hearted Jedidiah, 28, a former state park ranger with a master’s degree from Middle Tennessee State University, is holding on to his wife and trying to solve their problems.
The two have been lovers since college, married in November 2018 and bought their first family home in Manchester, 60 miles south of Music City, in March last year.
“I don’t know how he does it, he’s more of a man than me, but he’s trying to save his marriage,” Jedidiah’s boss, Coffee County Sheriff Chad Partin, told .
Partin said Jedidiah was in training for the Tennessee Highway Patrol but decided to retire because of the scandal that engulfed his wife and instead took a job as a deputy.
City authorities launched an internal investigation in December after a whistleblower reported that a female police officer was engaging in “intimate relationships” with male co-workers at boisterous parties, hotels and even police campuses.
The probe led to Patrolman Juan Lugo, Sgt. Lewis Powell, Detective Seneca Shields and Sgt. Ty McGowan all losing their jobs.
Suspended patrol officer Patrick Magliocco admitted to having sex with Hall on multiple occasions. Magliocco claimed he and his wife have an open relationship with Hall
Detective Seneca Shields, who was fired, admitted to having oral sex with Hall while on duty at the department’s gym
Lewis Powell was also fired after he denied being sexually involved with Powell. Investigators were told that Hall performed oral sex on him while on duty. He later confessed to the allegations
K-9 officer Larry Holladay was suspended for an off-duty sexual relationship with Hall. The two would meet in hotels or at his home
Hall also confirmed sexual relations with Lugo-Perez (above). He confessed to having sex with Hall and sending explicit pictures
Patrol Officer Patrick Magliocco, Patrol Officer Gavin Schoeberl and K-9 Officer Larry Holladay were also suspended.
However, the focus was on petite blonde Hall, who, according to her profile on a talent search site, grew up in rural Tennessee and dreamed of being an actress.
Instead, she entered law enforcement in her 20s.
The investigation revealed that Hall shared intimate sex photos with several La Vergne Police Department officers, including McGowan, Holladay, Lugo, Shields and Schoeberl.
Colleagues on the second shift also noted her heavy drinking and raised concerns about her mental health.
“Magliocco reported that she knew Hall had unloaded her gun and dry fired the gun at her head “so she could hear what it sounded like.” Magliocco admitted not reporting this to anyone,” the report reads .
“Magliocco also reported that she knew Hall had been expressing ‘harmful thoughts’ and said on numerous occasions that she shouldn’t be alone.”
Detective Shields attempted to deceive investigator Andrew Patton, the police’s chief human resources officer, by protesting, “I’ve never had sex with Maegan Hall.”
When the question was expanded to include sexual acts, he admitted receiving oral sex at a police gym before returning to his desk to finish his shift.
Powell, a married father, was also on duty when Hall performed the same act on him at her station, according to Patton’s report, released Dec. 28.
Powell denied the tryst, but came clean when it emerged that he and the heavily tattooed Hall had met in December to exchange notes to thwart the investigation.
Holladay, meanwhile, first reported “multiple sexual encounters” with Hall at his home and hotels as recently as November.
So was Magliocco, who revealed his wife Amy was also involved in a botched attempt to get Jedidiah into a night of bed swapping in the spring of 2022.
“Magliocco told Patton that at a party, Hall and Magliocco’s wife started kissing, and Hall’s husband [Jedidiah] came into the room and seemed upset,” the report reads.
“The next day on the shift, Magliocco asked Hall about the husband’s reaction, as Magliocco had the impression from Hall that their marriage was also open. “He really wasn’t on board,” Hall said.
Magliocco also admitted to throwing vodka down Hall’s throat and having drunk sex with her at a “Girls Gone Wild” party aboard a colleague’s houseboat celebrating Memorial Day.
When Patton Hall questioned about the raucous party, she confirmed that her bikini top came off in the hot tub and that she was so drunk she fell down a flight of stairs.
Hall admitted to further “booty calls” to Lugo and McGowan, which it later revealed were the source of the original whistleblower tip Mayor Cole’s office received.
While McGowan had dished out the rants of his peers, he did not disclose his own ties to Hall and was “rude and extremely verbally aggressive” when questioned.
“McGowan struggled to share that when Hall was a candidate and just got hired, Hall and her husband [Jedidiah]McGowan and another woman met at her home,” the report said.
“During that meeting, Hall was naked, the other woman undressed, and Hall’s husband was upset.”
In addition, McGowan was convicted of committing workplace violence for grabbing a city employee by the throat to intimidate her.
Neither he nor any of the male officers involved plan to issue a statement about the investigation, Police Sgt. Eric Staats, president of the department’s fraternal police chapter, told NBC.
The spate of firings and disciplinary action resulted in La Vergne — population 39,000 — losing around 12 percent of its police force overnight.