TX Police Commander Featured On Live PD Instructed Deputies To ‘Have Sex’ With Show Producer Complaint Says

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WILLIAMSON COUNTY, TX. (THECOUNT) — Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Commander Steve Deaton is being accusing of a telling a group of about 20 other officers while in a briefing room to have sex with one of the producers of Live PD.

A complaint alleges that the commander told the group of deputies, that included several women, it was “his goal” for one of them to have sex with a producer of the popular live series which features on-duty cops performing their duties.


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The A&E network show has featured several deputies with the sheriff’s office, according to KXAN, who broke the story on Saturday.

After Deaton giving his command,and getting no response from deputies in the room, the complaint alleges Deaton started to explain in detail how the show “changes producers after each season,” and since the one that Williamson County is in was ending soon, the producers would soon be replaced. He then revealed it was his goal for one of the deputies to have sex with one of them before the producers left, according to the complaint, reports KXAN.

“There was an awkward silence in the room, which prompted some deputies to start making jokes about who might be the one to accomplish this goal for Commander Deaton,” the complaint read. The meeting was over shortly after that.

The complaint was filed on behalf of members of the Texas Municipal Police Association who were witnesses to the incident.

“This grievance is being filed on behalf of our members who fear retaliation as a result of reporting this incident or subsequent discipline for failure to report a policy violation,” it read.


Geo quick facts: Williamson County is a county in the U.S. state of Texas. As of the 2016 census estimate, the population was 545,412. Its county seat is Georgetown. The county is named for Robert McAlpin Williamson, a community leader and a veteran of the Battle of San Jacinto – Wikipedia.

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