NYPD ‘lap dance’ cop encouraged to create OnlyFans account after sharing risqué Instagram photos

The notorious rookie NYPD officer who went viral late last year for giving a married male lieutenant a lap dance at a precinct holiday party is back in the news yet again, this time for a very salacious reason.

As previously reported, last month officer Vera Mekuli was suspended after she showed up drunk to a New Jersey State police barracks and complained about one of her relatives being charged with a DUI.

Following the suspension, her Instagram followers reportedly began encouraging her to start an OnlyFans account.

“After she posted suggestive photos in a tight-fitting dress on her Instagram account, which now has more than 15,000 followers, viewers suggested she take her photos to the racy content subscription service, claiming she could become a ‘millionaire in months,'” according to the New York Post.

She’s apparently been posting risqué photos to Instagram ever since she became famous over the lap dance last December. Her most recent offering can be seen here:


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A post shared by Vera Mekuli ♡ ➳🧿 (@veramekuli)

The photos have seemingly gotten more revealing as the months have gone by.

Case in point:


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A post shared by Vera Mekuli ♡ ➳🧿 (@veramekuli)

In addition, if you pull up Mekuli’s Instagram page, you’ll notice that her Instagram biography contains her CashApp and Venmo addresses.

CashApp and Venmo are payment processing apps that allow users who know your online address to send you money for whatever reason.

As noted earlier, she became famous in December when she gave 44th Precinct Lt. Nick McGarry’s wife a lap dance.

After the incident went viral, she apologized to McGarry’s wife.

“I do want to apologize to the lieutenant’s wife. You know, I am sorry, truly I am and I really hope it didn’t cause too much damage in the marriage or in your personal life. I know it’s been rough. I’ve been seeing the articles and I’ve been seeing pictures of you guys all over the newspapers as well as mine. It wasn’t meant to be like this. I really had no knowledge of your marriage,” she said in a TMZ interview.

“It was supposed to be for fun, sh-t and giggles. I feel like I’ve completely ruined, I guess, his picture as a lieutenant, as a boss. I know it doesn’t look good on him at all. But I do apologize. I feel like just because, mainly — I’m a female, dressed the way I was, being a rookie — things were different. Had it been a man doing it, I feel like it would have been more of a joking matter and it would have stayed in-house versus go public the way it did with me.”

At the time, she was reassigned to the subway patrol.

Mekuli made headlines again in May when she showed up at a New Jersey State police barracks around 2:00 am to complain about a relative’s DUI arrest and demanded to speak with one of the troopers who’d charged the family member.

“You guys are talking out of your ass; none of this was done correctly,” she reportedly told a sergeant at the front desk after identifying herself as a member of the NYPD.

In addition to smelling like alcohol, she was loud and obnoxious, according to reports.

“After a staff sergeant calmly told her he had ‘procedures to follow’ — and that the troopers would not be made available — Mekuli became irate and ‘demanded to speak with a lieutenant,'” the New York Post reported, citing an internal report.

Long story short, she wound up suspended. It’s not clear if, as of late June, she’s still suspended or she’s returned to her job.

Not surprisingly, the response to the Post’s latest reporting about Mekuli being encouraged to start an OnlyFans has triggered the response you’d typically expect.

OnlyFans is a porn site that allows users, the majority of whom are men, to pay a monthly subscription fee for unlimited access to photos and videos — usually of a pornographic nature — of the account holder.

So you’d think men would be interested in a hot cop starting an OnlyFans, right? Well,  you’d be right.



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