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NYC Judge Busted on OnlyFans


A New York City Administrative Law Judge had a side gig publishing pornographic content on OnlyFans, the New York Post reports.

Gregory A. Locke, 33, reportedly opened his account in November 2020 and had over 100 posts.

“White collar professional by day… very unprofessional by night. always amateur, always raw, always slutty,” his OnlyFans description reportedly read.

Locke admitted on his Twitter account that he was a judge.

On multiple occasions, Locke made inappropriate comments to NYC public servants online.

The New York Post explained:

“Eric Adams can suck my c–t,” Locke tweeted in a March 1 post from his PG-rated account, after the mayor made comments criticizing the separation of church and state.

Locke told City Councilwoman Vickie Paladino to “choke on a d–k” Sunday in a tweeted response to her criticism of Drag Queen Story Hour in public libraries and schools.

“This city must have absolute faith in its courts at every level, and employing individuals like Mr. Locke in positions of legal authority only corrodes the people’s trust in the professionalism and impartiality of our institutions,” Paladino told The Post.

Locke’s after-dark activities run afoul of city rules governing out-of-court behavior, she added.

“A city administrative law judge shall conduct all of his or her extra-judicial activities so that they do not cast reasonable doubt on the city administrative law judge’s capacity to act impartially as a city administrative law judge,” and “do not detract from the dignity of judicial office,” according to city rules of conduct. explained the duties of an Administrative Law Judge:

OATH’s mission is to provide fair and timely hearings. This is achieved through independent adjudication and creative problem-solving. An Administrative Law Judge (“ALJ”) adjudicates cases involving different subject matter areas, including civil service law, zoning and land use, licensing, conflicts of interest, city contracts, human rights law and vehicle seizures. OATH ALJs maintain the highest standards of ethics, both professionally and personally and are appointed by the Chief Administrative Law Judge for a term of five years.

Administrative Law Judges:

• Conduct formal hearings pursuant to federal, state, and local law
• Prepare written decisions that include a summary and analysis of evidentiary and legal issues
• Presides at pre-trial settlement conferences
• Supervises law clerks and secretarial staff

Qualifications include the admission to practice law for at least five years in the State of New York and five years of recent full-time relevant legal experience subsequent to Bar Admission (or a satisfactory equivalent).

City Councilwoman Paladino’s complaint about Locke’s Twitter comment set the wheels in motion for him losing his day job.

He was fired Tuesday for “unprofessional behavior,” according to the New York Post.


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