Sabine Raymonvil: Veteran Miami Police Officer Who ‘Moonlights As Porn Star’ Performed Sex Acts On Rapist

A veteran Miami police officer is under investigation after the police force discovered that she was a porn star. The eight-year police veteran is being investigated for violating “code of conduct” for not disclosing her career in the porn industry. Sabine Raymonvil allegedly continued her pornography career after joining the police force. In addition to starring in numerous pornographic films, Raymonvil allegedly performed sex acts on pornographer Emerson Callum, a convicted rapist.

WPTV reports that the Mia Police Department is investigating one of its own after allegations surfaced that one of the officers was moonlighting as a porn star. The eight-year police veteran, Sabine Raymonvil, admits to working in the porn industry before joining the police force; however, others allege that the career didn’t end when she entered law enforcement. More startling claims against Raymonvil include allegations that she performed “sex acts” on Emerson Callum, a convicted rapist.

Emerson Callum was a pornographer who was convicted of drugging and raping women who auditioned for his pornographic films. Callum was convicted of the rapes in 2012. It is unclear when the video of Raymonvil performing “sex acts” on Callum was taken, but she has noted that all of her pornographic works took place before she began her career as a police officer.

“Right now there is a lot going on with this whole situation. It’s currently under investigation by two police agencies. So I can’t say very much. I’m willing to speak with you after the investigations are closed. I never made porn while I was a police officer.”

However, Local 10 News notes that sources working on the case indicated that Raymonvil made pornographic movies after joining the police force. The investigation is into “code of conduct” violations as there are no specific rules that forbid officers from working in the porn industry. Despite the lack of regulations regarding the work, a career in porn could be considered a code of conduct violation for “unbecoming” behavior.

Sabine Raymonvil is not the first police officer to be investigated for a past career in pornography. A gay police officer, Mike Verdugo, was fired after it was discovered he did a single gay porn film prior to joining the police force. The department says he was fired for not disclosing the video during the hiring process. Therefore, if the Verdugo case is used as an example, even if Raymonvil did not continue her porn career after joining the police force, she could be fired for not disclosing that information during the hiring process.

What do you think? Should the Miami police officer’s past work in the porn industry result in her termination? What if the work continued after she joined law enforcement?

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