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Detective exposed for selling threesomes with lover banned from police for life

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A SWINGING detective exposed by UK Times for selling threesomes with his paramedic lover has been banned for life from police work. 

DC Nick Taylor, 40, and Eleanor Turner, 28, charged £150 an hour for romps at their home — and told our reporter they were “rammed” with offers in lockdown.

Detective Nick Taylor and paramedic Eleanor Turner charged £150 an hour for threesomes attheir  home

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Detective Nick Taylor and paramedic Eleanor Turner charged £150 an hour for threesomes attheir homeCredit: Refer to Caption
The couple said they were 'rammed' with offers during lockdown

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The couple said they were ‘rammed’ with offers during lockdownCredit: SOCIAL

He said clients of the pair — Mark and Courtney on sex site AdultWork — were aged 21 to 70, adding: “We get naked, we play and they join in.”

Taylor, who had 19 years in the force, was found guilty yesterday of gross misconduct by West Midlands Police.

He had previously quit but was banned from police work for life.

Our undercover footage was submitted as evidence at the hearing, which was told the couple used their £450,000 home as a brothel with strangers turning up to pay for sexual services.

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Panel chairman Harry Ireland said Taylor’s activities were akin to a crime.

He said: “We found that this conduct was discreditable and likely to undermine public confidence in the police given that he’d committed a criminal act in acting as a prostitute.

“There was continued wrongdoing when he must have known what he was doing was wrong.

“Had the officer still been a serving officer he would have been dismissed.”

Taylor, of Telford, Shropshire, was suspended on full pay after our story in November, 2020.

He was not present at the Birmingham hearing but had said in interview: “I didn’t see myself as a police officer selling sexual services. I was wrong and I apologise for it.”

Our undercover footage was submitted as evidence at the hearing

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Our undercover footage was submitted as evidence at the hearing

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