Co-Worker Of Police Officer Who Slept With Six Cops Speaks Out For First Time

The co-worker of officer Maegan Hall, who slept with six cops, has spoken out for the first time.
Credit: La Vergne Police Department

The co-worker of the police officer who slept with six cops has spoken out for the first time.

Maegan Hall, 27, was at the centre of an affair scandal when it was revealed that she had cheated on her partner with several of her colleagues.

She, along with four other officers, lost their jobs at the La Vergne Police Department, Tennessee.

However, one of them has now spoken out about the scandal for the first time.

Watch Maeghan Hall’s explosive interview below…

Sgt. Lewis Powell – who was a 15-year veteran in the service – has issued a response after Hall issued a federal lawsuit claiming that she was groomed and abused by her superiors.

This included Powell and Police Chief Burrel ‘Chip’ Davis – who also lost his job as he was aware of the wrongdoing that was taking place in his department.

In a counterclaim to Hall’s lawsuit – obtained by the Daily Mail – he states that she was the one who was ‘pressing him into s***al relations’ even though they were both married.

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It reads: “Initially, she began by talking about s**. She complained to Powell that her own marital s** life was unsatisfying.

“After Powell responded with an idea or two about how she might spice things up with her husband, Hall asked if Powell could demonstrate.

“That way, she said that she would know how to please her husband.”

Powell insists in his claim that his affair with the officer was consensual

Lewis Powell
Sgt. Lewis Powell has issued a counterclaim after being fired for being involved in an affair scandal. Credit: La Vergne Police Department

Hall’s lawsuit claims she chose to join the police force to find role models.

However, she instead found ‘predators’ such as Powell who ‘positioned himself as a reliable source of companionship and advice’ before pressuring her into s** while on duty.

She also claims that Powell threatened to kill himself when she broke it off – which left Hall struggling with her own anxiety, depression and collapsing mental health.

Although, Powell has hit back as he insists that it was in fact Hall who asked for s** and sent him naughty texts while they worked together from March 2022 to May 2022.

When he began having problems in his own marriage, Powell’s ‘resolve was weakened’ and they started hooking up for oral s**’ – which he says he immediately regretted.

Maegan Hall
Officer Maegan Hall reportedly slept with six of her co-workers. Credit: La Vergne Police Department

“Consequently, in approximately May 2022, Powell began trying to break things off amicably with Hall, saying that he loved his wife,” his filing states.

“Nonetheless, Hall persisted in trying to entrap him back into a relationship. Hall appeared to have some sort of fetish for Powell based on his race.

“On multiple occasions, while at work, she told him to put his ‘big Black d***’ in her mouth and ‘g**’ her with it.

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“When Powell held firm, saying that he wanted to be with his own wife instead, Hall said that he must be a homos***al.”

Powell adds that Hall eventually took the hint that he wasn’t interested and she soon started sleeping with ‘multiple other officers’.

As part of his counterclaim, he is asking for $200,000 of compensation for reputational damage – as she defamed him in her TV interview – and emotional distress.

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Written by Rosario Monachino

Rosario is a content editor at IGV who specialises in film, TV and entertainment news. He has a degree in English and Film from the University of Salford and a masters in Journalism from Liverpool John Moores University.