This woman has been awarded an award for “the most outrageous, extreme, and absurd claim” in a “totally outrageous, completely absurd” case.
The unnamed woman said she had sex, at a police station, with an officer, who was investigating her sexual assault complaint.
The police officer “fled, leaving me alone and not wanting to talk to me again,” she wrote in the complaint, which was filed against the woman in June.
The woman’s claim of sex with the officer, however, has “no basis in fact,” the award citation reads.
The citation, however: “The police officer claimed that he was only interested in her sex life, but the woman was more than willing to give him sex.”
The woman was awarded the award on June 25.
The full citation reads: “On February 9, 2018, the plaintiff, a female, stated that she had consensual sex with an unidentified police officer at the police station of Herndon, Virginia.
She stated that the officer was a “big, strong” man with a “huge cock,” and that he wanted to have sex with her.
The plaintiff further stated that when she refused, the officer “left me alone with the other female officers in the room.”
She said the officer also had a “large cock.”
The plaintiff stated that her sexual encounter with the police officer had been consensual.
She also stated that after the encounter, the other women who were present were concerned for her safety.
The other women told the police that the complainant was very drunk and “drunk on drugs.”
The police officers stated that they did not believe the plaintiff and that she did not know what she was doing.
They stated that a condom was not in her possession at the time of the encounter.
The complainant further stated she was unaware that the incident had occurred.
The case was investigated by the Herndons police department.
The department is currently conducting an internal investigation.
The Daily Beast reported the case as the first of its kind to receive the award, and the city of Herdons said it was also looking into the incident.
Police Chief Eric Hahn told the outlet that “we are extremely saddened by this event.”
The award was announced on Thursday, with the citation read: “This is an award that is bestowed on an individual who, after the fact, alleges that she was sexually assaulted.
It is an honor to be honored by a member of the public who so bravely and publicly exposes their truth.
The award is a token of respect for the integrity and courage of the Herdmans police department and the citizenry it serves.
“Hahn added that the department was aware of the incident and “we will be taking steps to ensure that it does not happen again.
“The Associated Press contributed to this report.