Sheriff Loses Her Job When Department Finds Out She Used To Be A Dominatrix

Gabrielle Okun | Reporter

A former New Jersey sheriff was fired from her job Wednesday due to making bondage films and appearing as a dominatrix.

Kristen Hyman failed to disclose that she had previously appeared in dominatrix-related films, reported the New York Post. Hyman was suspended for six days before her academy graduation in 2017 when her bosses became aware of the films.

Hyman worked as a dominatrix between 2010 -2012 with the stage name was Doma Nyx Blake.

Hyman defended herself claiming the acts were staged and she did not receive money for their continued sale. One of Hyman’s videos described her as “a true sexual sadist who hurts people not because she has to, but because it truly brings her pleasure,” according to court documents, reported NJ.com.

Another screenshot of a video in court showed Hyman cradling a man’s head who appears passed out. Other videos show Hyman using items “such as whips and kicking the groin area to inflict pain upon the recipient. In most cases the recipient is naked and/or bound,” according to court documents.

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“I agree with the hearing officer” Hudson County Sheriff Frank Schillari, told NJ.com, regarding the decision to fire Hyman.

Hyman was sworn in as a sheriff June 8. She was then placed on administrative leave while awaiting the decision of the hearing.

Her last dominatrix-related gig was in 2013 while playing the role of a nurse.

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