- Gregory Locke, an administrative law judge based in New York, lost his job after his moonlighting as an OnlyFans creator was discovered.
- Locke was charging $12 per month on OnlyFans and also maintained a JustFor.Fans account for $9.99 per month.
- Locke’s explicit content and unprofessional behavior were cited as reasons for his termination.
The 33-year-old man, who charges $12 per month on the platform, has shared more than 100 images and videos since he first created the account in November 2020, according to The New York Post.
Locke additionally maintains a separate account on JustFor.Fans where he charges users $9.99 each month. Gregory Locke’s OnlyFans profile, according to the publication, listed several posts with hardcore explicit material, and examples of him committing unspeakable acts.
Even in a different post, Locke makes reference to his day job as a parking ticket judge, where he was paid $58 per hour by the tax payers.
Gregory Locke regularly shared his explicit videos and pictures on his X-rated Twitter account, where he also proudly described himself as a “judge.”
If Locke posted more content, Dominic Ford, the developer of JustFor.Fans, told The New York Post, he might earn over $100,000 annually. Additionally, it was alleged that Gregory Locke did not always behave himself in a professional manner while serving as a judge.
About his behaviour, the NYC authorities were highly worried. Councilwoman Vickie Paladino told The Washington Post that “this city must have absolute faith in its courts at every level, and employing people like Locke in positions of legal authority only corrodes the people’s faith in the professionalism and impartiality of our institutions.”