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New Jersey ‘dominatrix cop’ speaks out, defends her work in hardcore fetish films

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During an interview with the New York Post, dominatrix turned New Jersey sheriff Kristen Hyman admits she starred in dozens of kinky bondage films during her four-year career in the fetish trade, but insists she never performed sex acts and never performed in the nude.

Hyman was suspended without pay May 26, six days before her training-academy graduation, when her bosses learned she performed in the fetish films between 2008 and 2012.

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The Post reports a judge quickly reinstated her, allowing her to graduate from the academy June 8.

Hyman tells the Post she’s scared she may lose the job she’s worked so hard to earn, but contends she’s not embarrassed of her past.

“I’m not embarrassed because I can own up to things I’ve done in the past,” Hyman, 30, tells the Post.  She also says her only desire now is to collar bad guys — not masochists.

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She doesn’t feel embarrassed, but according to the Post, The Sheriff’s Office says she is an embarrassment to the force, lied on job applications about her previous career and failed to disclose “that she .?.?. sometimes saw clients privately for money.”

Hyman tells the Post her past as a performance artist has no impact on her job as a law-enforcement officer.

“I don’t know what it has to do with me doing the job,” she wondered during the 90-minute sit-down with the Post at her lawyer’s Jersey City office.

“I was struggling financially as an actress [and model],” she told the Post. “ I had been doing regular catalogs for clothing, small stuff.”

According to the Post someone told Hyman making the kinky videos was a “good wage” and “you didn’t have to compromise in any sort of way. It was a safe thing and a kind of way to explore acting,” she said. “It was a totally ridiculous world.”

The academy grad says the fetish world is scripted, like professional wrestling, and her character was a persona developed specifically to fit the narrative.

Dismissing the role play as “stupid stuff I did as a kid,” Hyman tells the Post “the majority of the videos are ridiculously funny .?.?. It’s super-cheesy stuff. Everything I’m doing is wink-wink.

“I think it’s pretty clear that you can see that nobody is injured. A number of videos involve the same people over-and over-again. There would be a costume change, and then we’d do another one.”

Hyman tells the Post the lurid comments she’s seen online after her story went viral have left her shaken.

“I’m trying right now not to look at the Internet. It’s pretty painful for me,” she told the Post. “I’m afraid for my safety right now.”

The Post reports Hyman began to weep when shown photos that are now popping up in mainstream media.

“I don’t want to be judged on what I did in the past and not who I am now,” she said.

Who she is now is, she tells the Post, is a dedicated public servant. She worked for several years as a 911-system operator before being trained as an EMT.

But the Bayonne, NJ, native — who also has lived in Brooklyn, Staten Island and Florida — tells the Post she has dreamed of being a ­police officer “forever.”

Her lawyer, James Lisa, tells the Post she deserves to keep her hard-earned job. “I just want the world to see this young lady as she is,” he said. “She’s not a carnival sideshow. She’s a woman committed to law enforcement.

“The biggest question is, ‘Did she lie in her application?’ She did not,” he tells the Post. “She said she was a model, photographer and an actress.

 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. So if a man was a participant in an S & M scenario, would he be banned from working as a cop? I DOUBT IT! Let her do her job & quit being a bunch of double standard having hypocrites!

    • Go ahead and show me a man who has a porn past and is a police officer now. There are men who have lost their job for making jokes women didn’t like (Donglegate, Sir Tim Hunt) and men whose lives have been destroyed by accusations that have been found to be false but it didn’t matter, the accusation was enough to destroy them (Jian Gomeshi, Duke Lacrosse boys). You’re completely ignorant of what you’re talking about.

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