- A scorned girlfriend took to social media to air the chief's dirt
- According to the lady, the police boss had been cheating on his wife with two other women
- The police boss is yet to address the issue but the police department acknowledged they are aware of the happenings
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Some positions in society deserve to be held with respect and dignity.
This, a married Texas police boss learnt the hard way after he was exposed online for his philandering ways.
According to NYPost, the married police chief identified as Jason Collier was exposed by one of his secret side dishes.
To make the matter worse, the lady who exposed him held the man was cheating on his wife with two other women.
The scorned woman aired the chief's dirty laundry in a Facebook post that was shared over 37,000 times.
The whole drama started when Jason, 41, posted a photo of himself and his wife named Opal followed by a sweet caption to commemorate their anniversary.
Things went south for the Stinnett Police Department chief immediately as one of his mistresses, identified as Cecily Steinmetz exposed his triple-infidelity through an incriminating message she posted on the City of Stinnett Facebook page.
Cecily even included romantic photos of herself with the police boss looking all loved up.
“Chief Jason Collier is living a double/triple life. I was his girlfriend until yesterday.” Cecily wrote.
“He lied to me and presented me with fake annulment documents when I found out he was married. I also found out about a 2nd girlfriend, Kristi, last night. He has lied to us, our children, and asked us both to marry him.” she added.
Cecily concluded her rant by stating that Chief Jason, who is also an ordained minister, was a poor representative of the city of Stinnett.
Her cries were echoed by the man's other lover who came on the comments section with her side.
The second side chick named Kristi Shaffer, wrote under the post and confirmed that she had also been dating the cop and that they had been engaged since December 2020.
The police boss is yet to address the issue but the city of Stinnett issued a statement Wednesday, January 27, on their Facebook page claiming they were aware of the current situation surrounding the Chief Of Police.
YEN.com.gh has learnt that the Stinnett Police Department’s Facebook page and the chief’s personal page have been deleted.
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