Miércoles, 21 Noviembre, 2018

Navy investigating California SEAL's porn-movie moonlighting

The Navy is currently investigating Schmidt because he didn't get official approval for the side work The Navy is currently investigating Schmidt because he didn't get official approval for the side work
Tobias Pedroso | 15 Abril, 2017, 06:31

"I'm sitting in this chair because I'm not proud anymore to be in the community because of the direction that it's going", said one of the Navy SEALs who came forward.

Schmidt, 42, has served for more than 23 years in the military, but has allegedly found time to moonlight as a porn star under the name Jay Voom. He has appeared in recruiting campaigns, even serving as the face of the SEAL program on its website, the Union-Tribune said. "There are very clear regulations which govern outside employment by (Naval Special Warfare) personnel as well as prohibitions on behavior that is discrediting to the service", SEAL spokesman Capt. Jason Salata told TheSDT.

Schmidt declined to comment to the newspaper, but his wife said many of his fellow SEALs at the Coronado base in Southern California watched the videos online.

Be Civil - It's OK to have a difference in opinion but there's no need to be a jerk.

Navy officials said Schmidt didn't fill out the appropriate paperwork or seek clearance with his supervisors, but his wife of 15 years said the majority of SEALS her husband works with have long known about both of their work in the adult film industry. I mean, honestly, all of his buddies knew about it.

The business foundered, and the couple filed for bankruptcy after running up almost $2 million in debt, the Union-Tribune said.

Jade started to strip for money and, eventually overwhelmed by the massive debt, returned to porn.

"It's helped our family. I could try to get us out of financial debt". But her fame, with millions of fans worldwide, made it hard.

She sought a management job at a San Diego luxury hotel a year ago but was recognized before she finished her employment interview.

U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Michelle Manhart, a training instructor, was reprimanded and demoted after she posed nude for Playboy in 2007. The Navy discharged or otherwise disciplined about a dozen servicemen and servicewomen in 1980 for posing in Playboy or Playgirl.