Former Nashville police officer arrested after groping woman in OnlyFans skit while on duty

Sean Herman, 33, of Sumner County, has been charged with two counts of felony official misconduct.

Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA

A former Nashville police officer has been arrested on felony official misconduct charges after appearing in a women's OnlyFans video while on duty. 

Sean Herman, 33, of Sumner County, was fired after participating in the adult entertainment video featuring a mock traffic stop skit with OnlyFans local celeb Jordin. Herman groped Jordin's exposed breast in the video while on duty, per Metro Nashville Police. 

Herman was arrested at his home on Thursday and charged with two counts of felony official misconduct, according to WZTV. He was on the force for three years prior to the firing.  

The video in question shows Jordin right after getting "pulled over." She pulled down her shirt to expose her breast and then offered him to grope it to avoid getting a ticket. She was seen grabbing the officer's crotch while Herman touched her breasts, the New York Post reported

MNPD Chief John Drake fired Herman on May 9, one day after police detectives discovered the video and identified Herman, who was wearing an MNPD uniform, as the officer in the video who took part in a mock traffic stop for an OnlyFans skit. 

Police said the video was filmed at a warehouse on April 26 when Herman was working patrol in the Madison precinct. He has been with the department for three years. 

A Criminal Court judge has set his bond at $3,000.

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