I want to say she already has the skills to take down criminals: kicking them in the balls, stomping on their heads, etc. 🙂
Given her last name a part of me wants to say this is a hoax.
Kristen Hyman, 30, was suspended on May 26 from the Hudson County sheriff’s department in New Jersey after they learned she had previously appeared in bondage films as a dominatrix.
Sources told the New York Post that Hyman was told she could keep her job if she passed the psych exam because the department feared she might be inclined toward using excessive force.
One insider told the paper that the department’s ‘worst nightmare is if she’s out there and she’s really a dominatrix type and she beats the sh** out of somebody.’
Hyman is said to have put a stop to the deal, which was laid out before a scheduled court appearance on Thursday that ended up being postponed.
She also refused to sign a waiver insisting she wouldn’t later sue the department, the source added.
Hyman’s lawyer would not reveal if the offer did or didn’t exist.
The department suspended Hyman without pay last month – just six days before her graduation ceremony – after they accused her of conduct unbecoming a public employee.
They said she failed to disclose that she appeared in the films, which were shot between 2008 and 2012, and sometimes saw clients privately for money.
Court documents show that Hyman told investigators she never appeared naked and didn’t perform any sex acts in the videos.
Hyman called the videos ‘stupid stuff I did when I was a kid.’
In some clips seen by DailyMail.com, she is seen kicking naked men in the testicles, choking a man in a swimming pool, and putting her heels on the face of a man in a leather mask.
Sometimes she even provided her own costumes, many of which she purchased off the rack at Party City.
She said that violent acts seen in some recordings were staged and that she was merely an actress.
Hyman also noted that she didn’t use her real name during her four-year career in the fetish trade and would use her latex-clad alter-ego, ‘Domina Nyx Blake’.
Her lawyers argued that it was wrong to suspend her before a disciplinary hearing. The suspension was rescinded by a judge and Hyman was sworn into the academy June 8. Her lawyers say she is on modified duty.
In an interview with the New York Post last week, Hyman said she doesn’t believe she should be judged on her past and that her previous occupation shouldn’t determine her capability of performing her new one.
‘I’m not embarrassed because I can own up to things I’ve done in the past,’ she said.
‘I don’t want to be judged on what I did in the past and not who I am now,’ she said.
She said the job wasn’t to satisfy a personal fetish, but rather to pay the bills.
‘I was struggling financially as an actress [and model],’ she said. ‘I had been doing regular catalogs for clothing, small stuff.’
Hyman said that ‘the majority of the videos are ridiculously funny… it’s super-cheesy stuff. Everything I’m doing is wink-wink.’
Her lawyer James Lisa said Hyman could be fired at an upcoming disciplinary hearing scheduled for June 27 or the matter could be dismissed altogether.
The Hudson County prosecutor’s office declined to pursue any criminal charges against Hyman.
Court documents show that Sheriff Frank Schillari concurred with the discipline against Hyman, saying it was necessary to protect the department’s integrity and to prevent her from taking an oath of office ‘for which she is not entitled’.