Friday, December 6, 2019

Evangelical Kentucky Judge Dawn Gentry Accused Of Having Drunken Threesomes With Staffers & Church Pastor In Her Chambers

Female Kentucky judge, 38, is accused of having a threesome with staffers in her chambers and allowing employees to get drunk on the job

A female judge in Kentucky has been accused of having threesomes in her chambers and allowing employees to get drunk on the job. Family Court Judge Dawn Gentry allegedly gave attorneys preferential treatment if they appeased her sexual demands and donated to her campaigns for re-election. The 38-year-old has now been hit with nine misconduct charges. According to an investigation by the Kentucky Judicial Conduct Commission, she flirted with attorneys over Snapchat, put pressure on them to sleep with her and, in one case, asked a female attorney to join her in a threesome with a former church pastor. She serves as a family court judge for Kenton County which is south of the Kentucky-Ohio state line near Cincinnati. Gentry allegedly used her chambers as a swingers club to facilitate threesomes with former pastor turned guitar player, Stephen Penrose. She and Penrose are in a band together. According to her ex-husband, they were having an affair during her marriage. Penrose plays the guitar in the band and Gentry plays the bass. Source

1 comment:

  1. Kentucky's courts are corrupt to the core because there is almost no oversight or accountability for judges illegal and corrupt behavior. If the judge's victims had complained to the Judicial Conduct Commission (JCC), nothing most likely would have been done about her misconduct behavior, but complaints from lawyers get more attention; however, most lawyers will not complain about a bad judge's behavior. The Constitution and Supreme Court opinions are regularly ignored by Kentucky's judges.