Married at First Sight’s Coco Stedman has claimed she was sexually harassed by a decorated senior cop while she was working as a police officer

Married at First Sight’s Coco Stedman has claimed she was sexually harassed by a decorated senior cop while she was working as a police officer. 

In a leaked Snapchat video shared shortly after she left the New South Wales Police in 2018 she accused an unnamed police sergeant of preying on and harassing young female officers.

Stedman claimed her life was made a ‘living hell’ during her six years on the force, and said junior officers who rejected the sergeant’s advances were reprimanded. 

The footage came to light after Stedman’s ex-husband George Kyriacou was named as one of five officers who posted unprofessional or inappropriate messages to a vulgar, racist and sexist WhatsApp group called the ‘Dog Pound’. 

Coco's ex husband George Kyriacou (left), also a former NSW police officer, found himself at the centre of a WhatsApp scandal which cost two other cops their jobs

Coco's ex husband George Kyriacou (left), also a former NSW police officer, found himself at the centre of a WhatsApp scandal which cost two other cops their jobs

Coco’s ex husband George Kyriacou (left), also a former NSW police officer, found himself at the centre of a WhatsApp scandal which cost two other cops their jobs

Former Leading Constable Calvin Dunne asked the men in the group chat to help him rate his female colleagues’ appearance

Pictured: Coco on a shopping run earlier this month

Pictured: Coco on a shopping run earlier this month

Pictured: Coco on a shopping run earlier this month

Pictured: Coco on a shopping run earlier this month

Coco used to work for NSW Police but now is a contestant on reality television show Married At First Sight

Coco, whose real name is Constance-Rose Victoria Stedman, claimed she was ‘triggered’ by things she had heard and seen while working for the police.

‘My life has been made a living hell numerous times because I wouldn’t sleep with someone… it’s not just Hollywood, trust me,’ she said in the video. 

‘If you rejected him you would get put on station every day,’ Stedman claimed in the video. 

Daily Mail Australia understands the officer, who was awarded a Commissioner’s Unit Citation for ‘outstanding service which may involve bravery or other acts of merit’, left the force following an internal investigation but no charges were ever laid.

Sources familiar with the incidents said if the younger female officers rejected his advances they would be placed on station duty or made to re-write reports.

Coco, whose real name is Constance-Rose Victoria Stedman, claims she was 'triggered' by things she had heard and seen whilst working for the police

Coco, whose real name is Constance-Rose Victoria Stedman, claims she was 'triggered' by things she had heard and seen whilst working for the police

Coco, whose real name is Constance-Rose Victoria Stedman, claims she was ‘triggered’ by things she had heard and seen whilst working for the police

He also asked two female colleagues to 'go down on each other [and] film it' before making several other sexist remarks

He also asked two female colleagues to 'go down on each other [and] film it' before making several other sexist remarks

He also asked two female colleagues to ‘go down on each other [and] film it’ before making several other sexist remarks

Stedman's ex-husband George Kyriacou was named as one five officers in a judgement handed down on Tuesday in which another officer was reprimanded for failing to report misconduct

Stedman's ex-husband George Kyriacou was named as one five officers in a judgement handed down on Tuesday in which another officer was reprimanded for failing to report misconduct

Stedman’s ex-husband George Kyriacou was named as one five officers in a judgement handed down on Tuesday in which another officer was reprimanded for failing to report misconduct

Stedman also claimed the man was known across NSW for his alleged behaviour and that he abused his position of power.

‘People knew, it was so openly talked about that he was a creep, and it’s like state-wide,’ she said in the video. 

NSW Police told Daily Mail Australia Stedman has not made an official sexual harassment complaint. 

Daily Mail Australia can also reveal Stedman’s ex-husband George Kyriacou, also a former NSW police officer, found himself at the centre of a WhatsApp scandal which cost two other cops their jobs.

Kyriacou was named as one of five officers who engaged in ‘misconduct’ within the group chat in a report to the Industrial Relations Commission on Tuesday. 

Former Leading Constable Calvin Dunne appealed to have his job reinstated after he was fired in 2019 for creating and participating in the WhatsApp chat, in which he referred to colleagues as ‘c**ns’, ranked females based on their looks and mocked others’ sexuality.

Pictured: Coco in her Snapchat video

Pictured: Coco in her Snapchat video

Pictured: Coco in her Snapchat video

Pictured: Coco in her Snapchat video

In a leaked Snapchat video shared shortly after she left the force in 2018, she claims that an unnamed police sergeant would harass and prey on young female officers

Coco is paired with the season's 'villain' Sam Carraro, but is set to go behind his back to pursue a fling with Cameron Dunne

Coco is paired with the season's 'villain' Sam Carraro, but is set to go behind his back to pursue a fling with Cameron Dunne

Coco is paired with the season’s ‘villain’ Sam Carraro, but is set to go behind his back to pursue a fling with Cameron Dunne

Constable Jordan Crotty (pictured) was reportedly internally disciplined and placed on restricted duties for her involvement in the group chat

Constable Jordan Crotty (pictured) was reportedly internally disciplined and placed on restricted duties for her involvement in the group chat

Constable Jordan Crotty (pictured) was reportedly internally disciplined and placed on restricted duties for her involvement in the group chat

Dunne argued that he did not sexually harass or bully any of his colleagues in the group chat, insisting it was instead banter among friends. 

The father-of-one created the WhatsApp group chat for himself and 19 of his colleagues where cops would make insensitive remarks toward one another.

The group chat, which was initially named ‘Patrol Fairies 2.0’ but later named the ‘Dog Pound’ led to the dismissal of Mr Dunne and one other officer, Ben Vizzone.

Mr Vizzone challenged his dismissal, and the matter was settled outside of court. 

Constable Jordan Crotty was internally disciplined and placed on restricted duties for her involvement in the group chat, which included her discussing ‘loading up’ an offender with a long list of charges and making sexist remarks.

Within the chat, Mr Dunne asked colleagues to tell him ‘what her p**sy tasted like’ when discussing other women and referred to several subordinates as ‘f***ots’. 

Within the chat, Mr Dunne asked colleagues to tell him ‘what her p**sy tasted like’ when discussing other women and referred to several subordinates as ‘f***ots’

In one message exchange, Mr Dunne said ‘c**ns don’t date…

they steal’ while speaking to a colleague who identifies as Aboriginal

‘You have about as much c**n in you as ***** has hair,’ one of the texts read. ‘She’s c**n… c**ns don’t date… they steal.’

In a separate exchange on the same day in 2017, Mr Dunne asked the men in the group chat to help him rate his female colleagues’ appearance. 

‘Guys can we go back to ****** getting bolt ons…

Surely that puts her in first place now? ******* defo number 1 for under 3… ****** just went to number 1 over 30,’ he said.

Another category in the competition was the most attractive ‘milf porno videos‘ – which is an lewd acronym for a mother you would like to have sex with. 

He also asked two female colleagues to ‘go down on each other [and] film it’.  

Mr Dunne’s request to be reinstated was ultimately denied after the court determined that his dismissal was fair. 

Dunne and Constable Ben Vizzone (pictured), who was also part of the chat group, were fired, while Crotty faced internal disciplinary action and was placed on ­restricted duties

Dunne and Constable Ben Vizzone (pictured), who was also part of the chat group, were fired, while Crotty faced internal disciplinary action and was placed on ­restricted duties

Dunne and Constable Ben Vizzone (pictured), who was also part of the chat group, were fired, while Crotty faced internal disciplinary action and was placed on ­restricted duties

The group chat, which was initially named ‘Patrol Fairies 2.0’ but later named the ‘Dog Pound’ led to the dismissal of Mr Dunne and one other officer

Mr Dunne also made remarks like the above, but denied he bullied or harassed any of his colleagues

Mr Dunne also made remarks like the above, but denied he bullied or harassed any of his colleagues

Mr Dunne also made remarks like the above, but denied he bullied or harassed any of his colleagues

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