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According to a report from The Smoking Gun, an undercover officer from Pennsylvania working a prostitution sting undressed, allowed a woman to put a condom on him, and then took part in sexual activities with the woman. This happened until he finally exclaimed, “the cops are coming.”

The woman arrested on March 22 was 26-year-old Diana Gross. She was charged with four-prostitution related counts.

  
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In the criminal complaint it is stated that Gross posted an ad on Backpage.com that offered her services as an escort. “By the end of your session with me Your once wished fantsay’s will no longer just be dreams But finally your reality!,” the ad said.

Detective Ronald DePellegrin from the Homestead Police Department called the phone number and arranged for a half-hour session at $145. Gross uses the alias “Beckie Dymon.” DePellegrin also said that he bought condoms and baby wipes at the request of the woman. He met the woman at her apartment in Homestead, which is close to Pittsburgh.

DePellegrin said, “Beckie asked me if I was a cop. I told her no and asked her if she was one. She told me no.” DePellegrin said she took of her shirt, exposing herself, and “instructed me to touch her.” The detective reportedly touched the woman.

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She then “asked me if she could grab me. At this she grabbed my groin.” He watched her undress and then did the same after being told to do so. “Beckie took a condom and placed it on me.”

“Beckie started to perform oral sex on me when I said oh shit the cops are coming,” DePellegrin stated. “Beckie stopped performing the act and looked out the window.”



At this time, he took off the condom, got dressed, and said that he was a detective with the Homestead Police Department. He told the woman she was under arrest. Gross attempted to run from the room, but was detained by DePellegrin. Officers seized cash and “syringes and other drug paraphernalia for the ingestion of heroin.” DePellegrin said the items “were viewed by me during my encounter with Gross.”

The lawyer for Gross, Michael Waltman, said that the detective’s actions were “outrageous” and said that a civil rights lawsuit against the department could be filed.



 

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