Federal Police Officer Accused Of Sending Nude Selfie To Woman Who Needed Helpby David Goldstein
CBS Los Angeles
Feb. 05, 2014
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A federal police officer is under investigation for allegedly sending a nude selfie to a woman who had come to him for help.
Investigative reporter David Goldstein has the story you will see Only On 2.
Goldstein spoke to the woman (we obscured the West LA resident’s face) who was still upset by the selfie.
“It’s scary,” she said, “I mean, this is a police officer.”
Goldstein confronted the officer outside a store.
“Officer, did you send this … a naked picture of yourself?”
The picture is almost a full-length nude. He allegedly sent it to the woman’s cell phone.
“It’s shocking,” she said, “No one has ever sent me a nude selfie before. Let alone a police officer who I was going to him for help.”