Cop paid $30K to leave force after colleagues discover OnlyFans account

A former Colorado police lieutenant has claimed she was forced to quit her gig after her colleagues discovered that she had a secret OnlyFans account.

“I was in shock and panicking because I never wanted these two parts of my life to collide,” Melissa Williams, 46, told Jam Press of her resignation, in which she reportedly received a $30,000 severance package to leave the force.

The ex-cop — reportedly a 28-year police veteran whose LinkedIn profile lists her as “retired” from the Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office after more than 11 years there — had apparently started moonlighting on the porn platform in May 2020 as a means of spicing up her sex life with her husband and also decompressing from her difficult and dangerous job.

“My personal sex life was entirely separate and never affected my ability to do my job,” said the cop-turned-skin-flick-star, who “felt like my bosses were policing my bedroom.”

The Arapahoe County Sheriff’s Office did not immediately respond to The Post’s requests for comment about Williams’ claims.

Known by the alias Lexi Bella (@the_real_bella_lexi) on OnlyFans, Williams predominantly shared saucy snaps of herself and her husband, who has opted to remain anonymous for privacy reasons.

“A lot of the material my husband and I shared is stuff we’d taken in our private sex life over the years,” explained the mother of two. “I was working up to 60-hour weeks, so mostly my husband ran the page and shared my pictures, and then sometimes we’d have fun dressing me up and taking photos especially to share.”

The self-proclaimed “MILF and wife-next-door” added, “It was a fun way to relax and be creative together after a stressful week in a stressful job.”

Williams had been making a good side-living on OnlyFans for about 18 months, Jam Press reported, when in August 2021 the cop’s boss supposedly received an anonymous tip about her salacious side hustle.

The aghast officer claimed that she subsequently received an official complaint via email, whereupon she allegedly discovered that her colleagues had been gossiping about her sextra-curricular activities — with some even signing up for her page.

“The complaint came totally out of the blue,” said the horrified officer. “Then I was angry and embarrassed because the notice went on to say how five colleagues of mine — all in lower and higher ranks than me — had obtained access to my paid account to access my private content so they could investigate my conduct.”

Williams told Jam Press that she felt as if her fellow officers weren’t seeking justice but rather simply wanted to see her “naked.” Especially as, following the alleged investigation, the lieutenant’s saucy snaps were allegedly shared widely around the office.

“I didn’t consider my OnlyFans page to be a work matter,” she said.



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