Husband of disgraced Tennessee ex-cop hopes to 'salvage' marriage after wife's multiple secret affairs

An internal investigation revealed Maegan Hall, 26, of La Vergne Police Department engaged in extramarital sexual relations with at least four other officers, even at the workplace, resulting in the termination of all five.

A Tennessee ex-cop whose workplace affair scandal went viral told co-workers who joined in sexual escapades with her that she was in an open marriage — a shock to her unsuspecting husband.

In December, an internal investigation revealed Maegan Hall, 26, of La Vergne Police Department engaged in extramarital sexual relations with at least four other officers, sometimes at the workplace, resulting in the termination of all five, reported the Daily Mail.

Married Hall's misconduct included performing oral sex on colleagues while on duty, discussing threesomes with a coworker and his wife, and stripping at a department hot tub party.

Fellow patrol officers Juan Lugo-Perez, Lewis Powell, detective Seneca Shields and Sgt. Henry Ty McGowan reportedly admitted to the workplace misconduct. According to Shields, he and Hall engaged in sexual activity in the department's gym while on duty. Three additional department personnel were suspended following the investigation.

According to the Daily Mail, the disgraced female officer's husband, Jedediah Hall, was "stunned" to find out that his wife had entered into an "open relationship" with one of her coworkers and his wife.

At a "family" Memorial Day boat hot tub party, Jedediah walked in on his wife kissing the wife of fellow officer Patrick Magliocco, one of those suspended, who described the shocked husband as "really [not] on board," in the investigative report. According to the report, the shocked park ranger instead confronted his wife of four years for cheating. Magliocco said that he and his wife were in an open relationship, and under the impression that the Halls were in one too.

However, according to his boss, the disgruntled husband is sticking beside his disgraced wife.

"I don't know how he's doing it, he's more of a man than I am, but he's trying to salvage his marriage," Coffee County Sheriff Chad Partin, told the Daily Mail. The sheriff said that while Jedidiah was training for the Tennessee Highway Patrol, the scandal prompted him to instead take a job as a deputy.

"I have offered and extended to him any resource that he needs. And all he says is, 'Sheriff, I just want to work for the citizens of Coffee County and I love what I'm doing,'" Partin said. "I don't condone what went on at the La Vergne Police Department but he sure hasn't broken any laws. He's the victim here. There's not a blemish on his record. He is doing a phenomenal, phenomenal job."

According to La Vergne Mayor Jason Cole, the remaining 62 cops must now undergo mandatory "retraining" in "rules, regulations and expectations."

With the story going viral online, many social media users cracked jokes at the ex-officers' expenses.

One user made a play on words using the "Five Guys" restaurant chain.

Another pointed out the likeness that Hall appears to have to Hillary Clinton, as well as Caroline Ellison, CEO of shady cryptocurrency trade Alameda Research and the suspected girlfriend of disgraced FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried.

In a statement to Daily Mail when confronted outside her home by reporters, Hall said "I don't want to discuss it, I'm just going to move on and live my life."

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