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    May 22, 2007

Trooper suspended for alleged skull job from porn star - :-D

Trooper Suspended Over Porn Star Claims
Tuesday, 22-May-2007 10:32PM EDT Story from AP / KRISTIN M. HALL, Associated Press Writer

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A porn star claims a state trooper who stopped her on a highway let drug charges slide in exchange for oral sex. And she says she's got proof -- the trooper's own video images of the roadside tryst. The allegations have led to a Tennessee Highway Patrol investigation and the trooper's suspension.

The trooper, James Randy Moss, declined to comment Tuesday. Highway Patrol spokesman Mike Browning confirmed investigators have interviewed the porn star, who is identified on a citation by her real name, Justis Richert.

Richert, 21, who lives in Knoxville, did not immediately respond Tuesday to messages left on her cell phone or e-mail requests for an interview.

But on her blog, written under the screen name "Barbie Cummings," she goes into explicit detail about the encounter. She says she has photos and video footage of the encounter sent to her by the trooper, as well as a speeding ticket, to back up her story.

The blog had been taken down by Tuesday afternoon, with a note saying the Web site was under construction.

Moss stopped Richert's pink Honda Accord for speeding outside Nashville on May 7, according to the citation.

Cummings wrote that when the officer, whom she does not name, asked her if she had drugs in the car, she admitted to having some "happy pills."

"I sometimes have these pills as I may take one or two before going to a club," Cummings wrote in an entry dated May 7. "It was a small amount of pills, nothing major."

Moss' citation does not mention finding any illegal narcotics in the car.

When the officer told her a drug charge would mean she could not leave the state, Cummings replied that would be a problem because she frequently travels from Tennessee to Los Angeles for her work.

"I tell him I make dirty movies," Cummings wrote. "He says he wished he had gotten into that industry."

The pair then watched sex videos from her Web site using Moss' laptop computer in his patrol car, she wrote. He took the pills and scattered them in the brush beside the highway.

"Then he asks me, what does it cost for someone like me to get anything like you," she wrote.

She describes performing oral sex on the officer outside his car in a secluded area. Photos that appear to be video stills she said he took during the incident and posted on her blog show her face but nothing that identifies the man as a trooper.

Browning said he could not confirm whether Richert gave the Highway Patrol pictures or video, but he said Moss did have a video camera in his car.

Cummings blames the officer for making trouble for himself.

"This police officer went ahead and told (all) of his co-workers, other police officers, and was bragging about it," she wrote. "He isn't in trouble because of the act itself, but that he chose to let it happen while he was on duty. There was no bribing, no (coercing) or convincing."

posted by Darkseid to commentary at 9:57 P.M. EST     (31 Comments)

Comments ...

First off, bravo on what I'm guessing is the first use of the word "Skulljob" on TT.

Secondly, if the story is true, then it is disturbing that the cop not only took the drugs, and solicited the oral sex, but then somehow was able to get the website shut down. (Then again, this just might have been an influx of traffic that a small, cruddy webhost might not have been able to handle, and had it default to a plesk-esque front page.)

posted by TheTalentedMrC at 12:33 A.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

That was an old term from the 70's. Sorry, I couldn't resist. ;D
posted by Darkseid at 03:57 A.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

Maybe the tropper should throw his hat into the ring for the democratic presidential race! LOL!
posted by buckeye277 at 09:04 A.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

I thought this is why guys became state troopers.
posted by tpsteacher24 at 09:24 A.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

Maybe the tropper should throw his hat into the ring for the democratic presidential race! LOL!

Or perhaps the Republican nomination! After all, Giuliani was banging Judith Nathan while still married to (his second wife) Donna Hanover. Judith Nathan is now his third wife.

John McCain divorced his first wife (the one who raised his children while he was in a POW camp) in April, 1980 and married a 25 year old rich heir to the Anheuser Busch fortune later that same year.

And who can forget Newt Gingrich, who has has been married three times. While presiding over the Bill Clinton impeachment trial, he was cheating on his second wife with a 33 year old staffer (he was 56 at the time).

So maybe this trooper would be more comfortable in the GOP camp....

posted by Ace_Face at 12:30 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

Ace, the whole thread is tongue in cheek, lighten up a bit.

you come off like the little kid in the playground pointing his finger and jumping up and down when the teacher comes around...

posted by billy at 12:40 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

Don't tell me to lighten up. Stuff like this gets repeated and repeated as "just a joke" until the only politician that ever got a blowjob from a woman not his wife is Bill Clinton.
posted by Ace_Face at 01:35 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

No, I am pretty sure Kennedy would fall under that category too...=)
posted by tpsteacher24 at 01:42 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

posted by billy at 01:52 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

Yeah, Ace, what billy said.
posted by madjack at 05:10 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

All the Kennedy's, I imagine. I am more disqusted with the trooper's antics (a nicer sounding term than 'skulljob' - I'm even ok with blowjob, head, etc. - skulljob sounds like you're doing somebody's dead skull - can't get past the visuals, sorry.) than the other's mentioned, because I think cops are in a position of trust & a woman shouldn't have to worry about his code of ethics if she gets pulled over at night. I wonder if the trooper is married & has kids - they'd be the ones I'd feel bad for, can you imagine how embarrassed they'd be at good old dad?
posted by starling02 at 06:50 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

What's that joke...

Why do Women Smile when they Walk down the Wedding Aisle....

No more skulljobs!

I know, poor taste, couldn't resist!

posted by brassmonkey at 09:15 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

Just pointing out that your joke doesn't make any sense. If the guy wants to run for office, he would be in better company with the GOP. Their front runners have proven themselves to have trash dicks. Say what you want about them, but as far as I know, Obama, Clinton and Edwards have been faithful and are all on their first spouse.

But I digress. Here's a link to another great "cop getting head on duty" story:

The first sentence is so great that you have to read more: "No one disputes that an on-duty Irvine police officer got an erection and ejaculated on a motorist during an early-morning traffic stop in Laguna Beach."

I won't ruin the conclusion, but let's just say that if you ever get in a scrape, you want this cop's defense attorney.

posted by Ace_Face at 09:49 P.M. EST on Wed May 23, 2007     #

Ace, the dead horse called. He says to stop kicking him.
posted by billy at 07:07 A.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

Why do Women Smile when they Walk down the Wedding Aisle....

No more skulljobs!


Thank you, thank you, he'll be here all week, folks!

posted by Darkseid at 07:28 A.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

Never! Your joke makes no sense, there's no getting around it.

If you think about it, you were the one beating that horse with that "Dems as philanderers" crap. All you need to do is crack some airplane peanut jokes and your comedy will be bang up to date...

posted by Ace_Face at 08:59 A.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

Thank God for Al Gore having invented the internet,because we wouldn't be having this wonderful discussion if it weren't for him!

posted by buckeye277 at 11:15 A.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

Gore never said it. But I know that won't get in the way of people repeating the story.

posted by Ace_Face at 02:42 P.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

I guess it all depends what the meaning of is is!LOL!
posted by buckeye277 at 04:57 P.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

Gore and the Internet. "Quote"
"During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet"

I am sorry, he created the Internet instead of inventing it!

posted by buckeye277 at 05:23 P.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

Definition of create:

1. to cause to come into being, as something unique that would not naturally evolve or that is not made by ordinary processes.
2. to evolve from one's own thought or imagination, as a work of art or an invention.

Definition of invent:

1. to originate or create as a product of one's own ingenuity, experimentation, or contrivance: to invent the telegraph.

So it should have been called Gorenet, instead of ARPANET, which was later termed Internet. Al Gore was born in 1948. ARPANET began in the late 1960's.

"During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet."

A Congressman and a technology innovator. Those are admirable achievements for a 20-year-old.

posted by jr at 05:45 P.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

Bill Gates and Paul Allen started Microsoft.
Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak started Apple.
Jerry Yang and David Filo started Yahoo!
Larry Page and Sergey Brin started Google.

So who was Gore's partner in starting the Internet? That's easy. It was Ted "Bridge to Nowhere" Stevens (R-Alaska) who last year described the Internet as a series of tubes. Stevens, who opposes Internet freedoms, said:

"Ten movies streaming across that, that Internet, and what happens to your own personal Internet? I just the other day got... an Internet was sent by my staff at 10 o'clock in the morning on Friday, I got it yesterday. Why? Because it got tangled up with all these things going on the Internet commercially."

Someone e-mailed the whole damn Internet to Stevens. Dude must be packing one heck of a big in-box. Probably because he's trying to compensate for something small like a brain.

Politicians and technology don't mix.

posted by jr at 06:12 P.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

At the end of the day every Male Democrat, Republican, and State Trooper "rejoices" a good Skull Job, Ace still debates.

Playboy Mansion to Key West Man Club Still remain Puzzled!

posted by brassmonkey at 09:52 P.M. EST on Thu May 24, 2007     #

Hold up, JR. ARPANET and today's internet are significantly different. ARPNET was a tiny network by today's standards that bears little resemblence to today's internet.

Vint Cerf, one of the founding fathers of the internet, has said that no politician has done more to promote the development of the internet than Al Gore

posted by Ace_Face at 09:34 A.M. EST on Fri May 25, 2007     #

And what was Gore's contribution? From Cerf, this is about all I can find:

"Gore secured the passage of the High Performance Computing and Communications Act in 1991. This "Gore Act" supported the National Research and Education Network (NREN) initiative that became one of the major vehicles for the spread of the Internet beyond the field of computer science."

Support of a 1991 act that supposedly helped to spread the Internet to the masses?

What propelled the Internet beyond the field of computer science was Tim Berners-Lee's invention of the Web protocol back around 1990, and then the NCSA's invention of the Mosaic Web browser a couple years later, which was created by the guys who started Netscape in 1994. We wouldn't be holding off-topic digital asynchronous discussions or shopping on-line if we had to rely on network tools like Usenet, archie, gopher, or lynx.

Next you will say Al Gore has done more than anyone else to warn us about the alleged perils of global warming even though Gore doesn't live what he preaches. "Do as I say, not as I do." Apparently, that's Gore's motto. W. Bush's home is more energy efficient than Gore's mansion, according to Snopes.

Oh yeah, looks like Vinton Cerf has donated thousands of dollars to the Democrat party over the years, including a couple grand to Gore. I'm sure Cerf's praise of Gore back in 2000 was not politically or monetarily motivated in any way.

posted by jr at 03:14 P.M. EST on Fri May 25, 2007     #

Ya gotta love a thread that begins with a story about a state trooper getting a blow job from a porn star has now segued into whether or not Al Gore invented the Internet.
posted by McCaskey at 07:55 P.M. EST on Fri May 25, 2007     #

Wow! Now that's one way to derail a topic! LOL
posted by DoknowDocare at 10:45 P.M. EST on Fri May 25, 2007     #

Ah-But the question now is-who invented headjobs? :^D
posted by Darkseid at 12:13 A.M. EST on Sat May 26, 2007     #

I don't know who invented or created them,but at least we know that Bill Clinton defined them as not being sex.Try telling that one to your wife if you get caught getting some skull!
posted by buckeye277 at 09:13 A.M. EST on Sat May 26, 2007     #

Yeah-that old bullshit adage about skull (by both sexes)-"Eatin' Ain't Cheatin'" LOL
posted by Darkseid at 07:41 P.M. EST on Sat May 26, 2007     #

teh internets were designed to kill people more efficiently. just like algore.
posted by charlatan at 02:29 P.M. EST on Mon May 28, 2007     #

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