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Old 12-15-2010, 10:43 PM   #1
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Similar themed to the Disgraced Minor Celebs thread, women that were fired for posing nude. I'm focusing on PB but others are welcomed. A subject that interests me since we are now living under harsh times. I also would like to know if they ever bounced back from this setback, how they are doing now, etc.
This first one I find the most distressing. She lost her gun and badge for posing. In the cop world, most would rather get shot than lose their LEO job. I wonder if she ever recovered from this.
Carol Shaya

In 1994, at time of the staging of her Playboy pictorial, Shaya was 24 years old and a patrol officer in the 45th precinct in the Bronx.[1] Shaya appeared in the August 1994 issue, in a partly open New York City police uniform jacket on the cover of the magazine, labeled "NYPD NUDE", and naked in a layout inside. The pictorial involved her using nightstick, handcuffs, and uniform in erotic and staged arrest scenes.[5] She received US$100,000 for the pictorial.[3][6]
At first reports of the appearance, the New York City Police Department attempted to ignore the incident, but then gradually took escalating measures.[1] In July 1994, Shaya was reassigned to a desk job at the Bronx Borough Command, not as a disciplinary action, but due to other female officers in her precinct complaining about verbal harassment from residents, who were asking about Officer Shaya's location and comparing them to her.[7] On October 28, the NYPD filed departmental charges against Shaya, for unauthorized off-duty employment and improper use of her uniform and the Police Department logo.[8] A police panel recommended a month's suspension,[5] but the final decision was left to the New York City Police Commissioner.[8] On March 7, 1995, Commissioner William J. Bratton dismissed Shaya, now using her married name Shaya-Castro, from the New York City police department. Bratton ruled that Shaya-Castro's appearance in Playboy violated the City Charter and the department's rules, so she was unfit to be a police officer.[9][10] He also cited her record, which included only three arrests in four years.[3][5]
In response, Shaya-Castro sued the department for US$10,000,000 for wrongful dismissal and gender discrimination.[6] In her claim, she said that other, male, officers who appeared in pornographic films, not just softcore pictorials, were merely suspended, and not fired. She also said that her assignments to non-patrolling duties, such as typing and driving other officers, precluded many arrests.[3][5] Her lawsuit was criticized by Stanley Crouch in an American Enterprise Institute speech.[11] The case, Shaya-Castro v. New York City Police Department, 649 N.Y.S.2d 711 ., was decided against her, and upheld on appeal.[12]
NYPD Nude, a documentary on Shaya's story, aired on British television Channel 4, on March 11, 1995.[13]


At first, the Job just wanted the Shaya mess to go away. Originally, the Job was ignoring it, she was not even transferred at first. I think Bratton was hoping that it would fade away from the papers. It probably would have, but Shaya kept giving interviews and ending up on TV or the papers, and during one interview, she even made corruption allegations. She made herself very hard to ignore.

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Old 12-16-2010, 02:34 AM   #2
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H.R. departments, however, were not humored. The real controversy surrounding "Women of Wall Street" unfolded in the financial service offices where the women who lent their assets to the pictorial were employed. Shortly after the issue hit newsstands, Time Magazine caught up with Playboy's Wall Street ladies. The magazine discovered that seven of the nine workers featured in the cover story left their jobs. One of the three brokers in the issue went back to school. Things really didn't work out so well for Robin Mormelo, an administrative assistant and mother of two from New Jersey. She told the USA Today: "I want to be a centerfold and make a lot of money" (a blurb in the USA Today notes Playboy centerfolds were paid $15,000 at the time). A few months later, Mormelo was denied raises by her firm and quit, reports Time.

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Old 12-16-2010, 07:40 AM   #3
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Heather Hull
Heather Hull was fired in March for having two photographs published in Playboy.

In the case of Hull, officials said, another prison officer alerted prison officials that Hullís photographs were shown in the Playboy.
The picture above was published along with another one of her in a bustier in magazine.

The local photographer who took the photographs said Hull, like many women who are in Playboy, was hoping to get a career in modeling or acting.

But what doesnít make sense is that she didnít realize before that this would likely cause a problem for her at work.
The prison has a lot of rules. Officers are always getting in trouble for violating them.
Hull apparently thought that she would not be penalized at the prison for work that was done outside her job. Hull said she did everything she could to make sure she was not recognized in the pictorial. She had dyed her hair brown and used her maiden name.
But the inmates read Playboy.
And itís possible that some of the inmates that she was supervising saw the photographs.
In addition to the photographs, there was a short write-up in Playboy.Hull used the name Ann Reinoehl.
Here is an excerpt:
Playboy: What does working in the big house entail:
Ann: You have to keep your eye on 100 people. We have male and female inmates. There is a lot of movement as the convicts are shifted around from classes to services to feeding to recreation and showers.
Playboy: What made you get into this line of work?
Ann: I am not the secretary type. Before this I worked in a coal mine, and I also used to work at a steel mill.
There is also the issue of Hullís Constitutional rights to do as she pleases on her free time as long as itís not illegal.
Her lawyer, Mark Featherman, of Philadelphia, said the Teamsters Union vowed to fight to get her job back.
Featherman said:
ďI have never heard of anything quite like this before. Iíve heard of people being fired for a number of reasons, but never for posing in magazine.
ďIf a woman wants to pose in Playboy on her private time, that is her business. She should not be fired. What next?Ē
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Not exactly fired, but the young Debee Ashby was expelled from King Henry VIII School, Coventry, for posing nude, or maybe just topless.
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there was a WPC who posed topless in the Sun, merlita buckler (or buckley) that was pretty hot!
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Roberta Winterton was an Army Corporal who posed naked for The Sun-she has a thread here.
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Patricia Margot McClain got in trouble for posing for PB, nearly twenty years after the fact! It's one thing to get the heave-ho or disciplinary action on the spot once the issue hits the newsstand, but after all that time?!

I forgot the details, but the story was featured (I think) in one of those tabloid TV shows, rather than a legitimate newsmagazine show around 1995 or so. As far as I remember everything was going well with the company she worked for until one day her boss discovered a little of her past. Apparently it didn't sit too well with him. I think she tried some legal recourse or something along those lines to get her job back.
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Patricia Margot McClain got in trouble for posing for PB, nearly twenty years after the fact! It's one thing to get the heave-ho or disciplinary action on the spot once the issue hits the newsstand, but after all that time?!

I forgot the details, but the story was featured (I think) in one of those tabloid TV shows, rather than a legitimate newsmagazine show around 1995 or so. As far as I remember everything was going well with the company she worked for until one day her boss discovered a little of her past. Apparently it didn't sit too well with him. I think she tried some legal recourse or something along those lines to get her job back.
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In 1996, McClain's firing from her office manager job at a pest extermination company made national news. When she was first hired, she disclosed her playmate past to her employers and was told to keep quiet about it to her co-workers due to the company's sexual harassment policy. She was fired one month after Playboy published the book, Playboy Magazine: Five Decades of Centerfolds. Her lawsuit gained much media attention including segments on Dateline and American Journal, and the lawsuit was settled for an undisclosed sum. After the firing, she worked for Playboy in their editing department and took the occasional modeling gig.
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In 1996, McClain's firing from her office manager job at a pest extermination company made national news. When she was first hired, she disclosed her playmate past to her employers and was told to keep quiet about it to her co-workers due to the company's sexual harassment policy. She was fired one month after Playboy published the book, Playboy Magazine: Five Decades of Centerfolds. Her lawsuit gained much media attention including segments on Dateline and American Journal, and the lawsuit was settled for an undisclosed sum. After the firing, she worked for Playboy in their editing department and took the occasional modeling gig.
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Kind of sad, showing your goodies is suppose to fulfill that girl's desire for attention and attraction---- not get you fired.
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She was Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month for February 1986, and played "Julie Costello" on Growing Pains until she was fired on series regular Kirk Cameron's insistence, for having posed nude in Playboy magazine.

In 1989, officials of North Carolina's Azalea Festival stripped Julie McCullough of her crown as Azalea Queen of Wilmington, because of controversy surrounding her appearance as a Playboy centerfold.


The Growing Pains scandal

Julie McCullough landed the role of nanny Julie Costello on the television show Growing Pains in 1989. She appeared in eight episodes until she was fired in 1990, which stemmed from series star Kirk Cameron's conversion to evangelical Christianity, a conversion that, according to The E! True Hollywood Story episode focusing on the show, served to alienate him from his fellow cast members, as he did not invite any of them to his wedding. He called for McCullough's termination because of his objections to her having posed nude in Playboy, and accused the show's producers of promoting pornography. A decade later, Cameron apologized to his TV family, attributing his prior behavior to his lack of maturity, but did not reconcile with McCullough, who claims that Cameron refused to speak to her during a later encounter, and who remains critical of him, stating that she lost a lot from the public criticism she endured from the controversy. Although McCullough herself is Catholic, she has criticized the evangelical television programming Cameron has produced, which she has viewed on one occasion, saying on her MySpace page:
“ He thinks if I read science books that I'm going to hell. [I would] rather laugh with the sinners than cry with the saints ... the sinners are much more fun. And a lot more interesting than some book-burner who is still having growing pains. I am at peace with God. Kirk thinks people like me are going to Hell, if I do then at least I'll go well informed and well read. ” After the Growing Pains scandal, McCullough made several television appearances on Beverly Hills, 90210, Jake and the Fatman, Harry and the Hendersons and Drexell's Class.



McCullough in 2007


McCullough now works as a stand-up comedian, and has performed at the Hollywood Improv, the Palms Hotel and Casino, and the Laugh Factory.


I think she could have made it on her own as an actress without PB. A pity.

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