Cop-Gone-Wild Will Get $500,000 After Suing City Claiming She was Sexually Groomed by ‘Predator’ Superiors

She Was Fired After Sex With Seven Officers

Background From News Views Last Year

According to the allegations made in the internal investigation, Office Maegan Hall “engaged in a sexual relationship” with Magliocco, Powell, Holladay, Lugo, McGowan, and Shields, which was not reported to the leadership. She also reportedly “engaged in a similar relationship” with McGowan and Shields “while on duty and inside the city-owned property.”

The extracurricular trysts took place at hotels and parties at other officers’ houses and on a boat, where Hall was also accused of performing oral sex on Powell and Shields while on duty at the police station and police gym, according to the December 28 internal report, New York Post reported.

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DATELINE: LA VERGNE, Tenn. —  The City of La Vergne has settled a lawsuit with a former police officer who sued the city claiming her supervisors sexually groomed her.

In a special meeting Wednesday night, the La Vergne Board of Mayor and Aldermen voted to authorize the mayor to sign a settlement agreement between the city and former officer Maegan Hall.

This comes after Hall accused her potential “role models” at the police station to be “predators” in the lawsuit she filed against the city and three other former officers. Prior to the lawsuit, Hall was at the center of a highly publicized investigation revealing alleged sexual relationships between La Vergne police officers while on duty and inside the city-owned property, the sharing of explicit photos and videos, and sexual harassment.


The lawsuit filed in February 2023 alleged Hall was a victim of sexual harassment while being groomed for “sexual exploitation.” Since the sex investigation made national headlines, lawyers for Hall said she has been subjected to public ridicule and negative publicity has thwarted her attempts to regain employment.

“Maegan Hall was a vulnerable and optimistic 24-year-old woman who had applied to be a police officer in the City of La Vergne,” the lawsuit said. “Where Ms. Hall sought role models at her new job, she instead found predators. Maegan Hall felt trapped in the role assigned to her at the City of La Vergne Police Department and, in an attempt to escape, she nearly killed herself,” the lawsuit said. “Then, the City blamed her for everything. This lawsuit seeks justice for Maegan Hall.”

Hall frequently experienced a workplace “permeated with sexual innuendo and sexually explicit behavior.” Some officers, like Powell, repeatedly asked her for sex, putting pressure on her to perform sexual acts, the lawsuit said. This caused Hall to eventually give in to their requests, according to the lawsuit.

There was no admission of guilt by the city.


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