A Pennsylvania coroner’s office is immersed in a sex scandal after one employee was fired following accusations she had sex with a police officer near a dead body.
Monroe County police now find themselves investigating the strange claim which states the employee had sex with an officer near a dead body, stole prescription drugs from the body, and that a picture of an employee’s genitals was shared around work.
The fired employee, Lauren Fizz, is now filing a lawsuit against her accuser and boss, Traci Allen, claiming the story was not true and that Mrs. Allen had created a sexually hostile work environment. Mrs. Fizz claims Mrs. Allen openly talked about her marital problems and infidelities in the office.
Mrs. Allen is wife to the county coroner and longtime Republican candidate Bob Allen, who claims Mrs. Fizz’s accusations after being fired are merely made to undermine his forthcoming election campaign. The accusations fold over on themselves, as Mrs. Allen claims Mrs. Fizz had sex with a cop near a body while Mrs. Fizz claims Mrs. Allen bragged about having an affair with a colleague “in the woods.”
Mrs. Fizz also says Mrs. Allen showed off pictures of her lover’s genitals to fellow staff.
Mrs. Fizz launched the lawsuit against Mrs. Allen after complaints about her boss’s strange behavior to Mr. Allen fell on deaf ears. In turn, Mrs. Fizz was dismissed.
Mrs. Fizz included other liberties Mrs. Allen has taken in the lawsuit, which seeks damages from Mr. Allen, Mrs. Allen and the county, mentioning allegations that the chief coroner’s wife started rumors that she stole prescription drugs, as well as other items, from dead bodies while working.
“Mrs. Fizz categorically denies that this happened,” her lawyer, David Deratzian, said last week.
“As for the police officer who is supposed to have been her partner, it is highly unlikely he would have been at the scene to allow this to happen,” he added.
Chief County Detective Eric Kerchner said that, so far, he has found no evidence that the death-scene sex occurred.
“Right now, it’s just an investigation into some allegations, that’s all,” Detective Kerchner said.
He added that the goal is “to get an overall view of what’s been happening in the past.”
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