Playboy Jailer Getting Porn Job Offers

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from www.radaronline.com – Jessie Lunderby – the jailer who was put on administrative leave for peeling off her clothes for Playboy – has been inundated with job offers from X-rated films to advertising executive, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

The curvy 21-year-old blonde has become a local celebrity in her hometown of Fayetteville since Arkansas’ Washington County’s Sheriff’s Department took offence at her racy photo shoot.

Locals are even asking to have their photograph taken with America’s most glamorous jailer who is reveling in her new found fame.

Jesse told RadarOnline.com: “When I go to the supermarket now people come-up and ask me for my autograph and if I can pose for pictures too!

“They have all been very supportive of me and I still do not know if I will get fired or not from my old job.”

“But the truth is that I have had all kinds of offers, so, whatever happens I should be okay in the future,” she said.

“These range from posing nude in adult magazines to starring in X-rated movies but I don’t want to do that.”

“I’ve also been offered more regular jobs like working as a secretary or in bars and all kinds of advertising gigs too.

“But I’m still waiting to find-out what will happen with my old job first before I commit myself to anything.”

RadarOnline.com can reveal that Washington County Court Attorney George Butler is now looking into the case to protect them for any potential lawsuit should the 21-year-old be fired.

Washington County Sheriff Deputy Jay Cantrell told RadarOnline.com that the case is still under investigation.

They believe she violated official policy guidelines after her now infamous images appeared on Playboy.com.

Sheriff Deputy Cantrell said: “It’s true that the Attorney George Butler is now looking into this case to cover all the bases for the county.

“It’s not clear-cut that Jessie Lunderby will lose he job – that decision has still not been made but the case has certainly gathered a lot of publicity.”

Lunderby – who had worked as a jailer for two years at a detention center with over 700 inmates – has a good employment record and claimed that she does not understand why she was put on paid leave in the first place.

She added: “I have a lawyer too but I don’t know if I will file any lawsuit it’s too early to say what will happen.

“I’m not sure if I will return to my job because so many things have changed for me now but I don’t have any regrets at all.”

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