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Government Employee Fired After Live Streaming Her Having Sex On GOV Instagram Account

The former Executive Director of the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau was fired after accidentally live streamed herself being intimate in a hotel room on the bureau’s Instagram account in December.

Lynn Dorsey, 61, was on a business trip when she decided to use the brand new company phone to share sexually explicit acts with her husband.

 

Lynn Dorsey, 61, Former Executive Director of the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau

Lynn Dorsey, 61, Former Executive Director of the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau

However, as she recorded the acts at 10:00 p.m., she accidentally pressed the wrong button and went live on Instagram, according to worldwideweirdnews.com.

 

The live stream lasted for 30 minutes on the Instagram page managed by the Webster Parish Convention and Visitors’ Bureau.

Dorsey said that she was unaware of the live stream until she received a call from a reporter at 10:30 p.m., asking her for comment on the incident.

She said, “It was a horrible, honest mistake. I am embarrassed. I would never send that type of content out intentionally. It was a very private message for my husband. It was a brand new phone and a new Instagram feature. I am a new Instagram user, and unfortunately, I pressed the wrong button.”

After the incident, she had been placed on administrative leave January 2.

 

On February 13, the bureau’s board fired her in a 3-2 vote.

However, Dorsey is now suing to get her job back in Webster Parish District Court, claiming she was unfairly fired.

She filed the petition April 10 against the Webster Parish Convention & Visitors Bureau and Jerry Madden, who chairs its Board of Directors.

Her lawsuit alleges that the meeting in which the board voted to terminate her employment “failed to comply with the requirements of the Louisiana Open Meetings Law.”

The lawsuit also questions the legitimacy of a board member who had been appointed shortly before the vote to terminate Dorsey took place.

A hearing on the lawsuit is set in Webster District Court in Minden on April 25, 9 a.m.

Dorsey is asking to get her job back and to be paid damages, civil penalties, attorney’s fees, and other costs as provided by Louisiana’s open meetings law.

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