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Woman Says Squad Car Romp with Married Cop Was Not a One-Night Stand

A woman who was filmed kissing a married Maryland cop has said that the incident was not a one-night stand, but rather the culmination of a two-year relationship.

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The woman, who has not been identified, told the New York Post that she and the officer, who has also not been identified, met at a bar two years ago and began dating shortly after. She said that they have been seeing each other ever since, even though the officer is married.

The woman said that she is sorry for the pain that she has caused the officer's wife and family, but she maintains that she and the officer are in love. She said that she hopes that they can be together in the future.

The officer's wife has filed for divorce, and the officer has been suspended from the force pending an investigation.

The case has sparked a debate about workplace relationships and the ethics of police officers having sexual relationships with civilians. Some people believe that the officer should be fired, while others believe that he should be allowed to keep his job.

Virginia Pinto told The Post her relationship with now-suspended Prince George’s County Police officer Francesco Marlett “was not a one night stand,.”

The investigation is ongoing, and it is unclear what the ultimate outcome will be. However, the case has certainly raised some important questions about the ethics of workplace relationships and the conduct of police officers.

In addition to the ethical questions raised by the case, there are also legal considerations. In Maryland, it is illegal for a police officer to have a sexual relationship with a civilian who is under his or her authority. The officer in this case could face criminal charges if it is determined that he violated this law.

The case is still developing, and it is important to wait for the results of the investigation before making any judgments about the officer's guilt or innocence. However, the case has certainly put a spotlight on the issue of police ethics, and it is likely to have a lasting impact on the way that police officers are held accountable for their actions.

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