Ex-Dominatrix Loses Fight For Police Job Amid Sexual Harassment Claims

The former dominatrix lost the fight to keep her police job.

Jersey City, NJ - A Hudson County Sheriff's Officer has lost her fight to keep her job after her prior work as a dominatrix in films came to light.

Sheriff Frank Schillar said that he agreed with the hearing officer's decision to fire Kristen Hyman, 31, in a hearing earlier this month, according to nj.com.

Hyman was suspended as a Hudson County sheriff’s officer in May, according to a legal filing reported by the New York Post .

Hyman's suspension came after the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office learned of her past as bondage actress Domina Nyx Blake, who appeared in fetish videos. She was accused of not being truthful on her application, the New York Post reported.

In a motion, Hyman’s lawyer alleged the real reason she was being targeted for dismissal was that she rejected the advances of 70-year-old Robert Pompliano, the attorney for the Hudson County Sheriff’s Office.

“Mr. Pompliano made a sexual advance against my client, touched her, kissed her, and she rebuffed him,” wrote lawyer Doug Anton in a motion letter to the administrative hearing officer. “For that he has jumped all over this opportunity to get her fired.”

Hyman said she was “creeped out” by Pompliano who saw her in the Jersey City office where Hyman was working temporarily due to a leg injury she sustained in training.

The legal motion said that Pompliano would demand to see and touch her legs and hold her hand. It quoted Pompliano as telling Hyman, “You are so pretty, you should be a model or an actress.” Hyman claimed that when Pompliano tried to kiss her, she turned her head.

The New York Post reported the 12-page document states the controversy over Hyman’s past began April 20, 2017. A video of Hyman was reviewed by Sheriff Frank Schillari, internal affairs and the county prosecutor’s office. The recommendation to fire Hyman, she claimed, was made by “the push” from Pompliano.

“He took over the investigation and is trying to push her out because she rebuffed his advances,” Anton told the New York Post.

Anton alleges five other members of the Hudson County Sheriff’s Department, including two female police officers, have complained “for some time” about Pompliano’s conduct, the newspaper reported.

Ultimately, this month, officials decided that she lied by failing to disclose her past work as a dominatrix during the application process, and she was terminated.

Comments (10)
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Ande
Ande

She should not have kept her past hidden. It is likly the attorney saw her videos and thought she was an easy target. SH on the job happens and no we should not have to put up with it. Raunchy jokes and language comes with the job, for that I know very few female cops who can't deal with that. If say most engage right along with that humor as it is a cop's humor.as for previous comments about what women shouldn't be allowed to do... you cannot argue with the ignorant.

Ande
Ande

I also meant to say that with my cops humor my first thought was... wow that's an unfortunate last name.to have.

DaytenMGriffin
DaytenMGriffin

Good! I saw the damn video of her brutally assaulting a man after he tried to stop the whipping for his weird ass femdom fetish. She's insane.

Heezels
Heezels

Jesus you people are petty.