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Posted: October 9th, 2012 in Carlie Becker, Carlie Christine, Jessie Lunderby, Tiffany Webb by LALATE

Tiffany Webb Photos, Lingerie Prompt Jessie Lunderby, Carlie Christine Similarities



LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Tiffany Webb photos in lingerie are the subject of a new lawsuit. Tiffany Webb appeared in lingerie pictures decades ago, but the pictures online are digitally altered, claims her attorney. Webb was a guidance counselor at Murry Bergtraum HS for Business Careers for twelve years. But before working there in 1999, Webb disclosed the pictures. The photos were taken when she was twenty years ago; Webb is now 37. And now, after years with the school, Webb has been fired.

The turmoil as first detailed in the NY Post surfaced just days before Webb was to get tenure. A student approached ex-principal Andrea Lewis with a copy of the photos. Thereafter, a committee ruled that she should be fired for alleged “conduct unbecoming” an employee.

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Webb is now “is now suing the DOE in Brooklyn Supreme Court, charging wrongful termination, … discrimination and violation of First Amendment rights. She is seeking reinstatement, back pay and punitive damages”, reports the NY Post.

If her story about a complaining student finding pictures online sounds familiar, it should. In 2009, LALATE detailed Carlie Christine aka Carlie Becker. Christine was the high school cheerleading coach whose student who didn’t make the squad. After being denied a spot, student Adelle Geniella complained about Christine’s pictures.

Christine would be fired. Adelle would eventually tell Matt Lauer on the Today Show. “When I found out about it, I definitely lost respect. That’s not where my morals stand.”

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Charlie defended herself, saying she did nothing wrong. “I understand that morals are a subject of opinion, and although parents may have different opinions than I, they’re entitled to those. As far as [whether] the job can be based on someone’s opinions of morals, I don’t know that that is true.”

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One year later, it was the Jessie Lunderby case prompting similarities. At the time, LALATE questioned, can one employer terminate you for a second job or previous job, even if you disclose it to them? And if you inform them of the second job and they allegedly consent, does that nullify any potential grounds for suspension?

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The complaint against Jessie Lunderby appeared to have come from co-workers. However, none of them came forward to news in 2010 when the story erupted. Lunderby said she told her boss about the spread and they “knew about” it. Does that change the basis of the complaint?

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Stewart Karlin, Webb’s lawyer, says all the pictures on the web are altered. He says that someone has taken his client’s face and put them on another person’s body. DOE has yet to comment to news about the lawsuit.



Jessie Lunderby Photos Scandal Dominates Year in Review

Posted: December 19th, 2010 in Jessie Lunderby by LALATE

Jessie Lunderby Photos Scandal Dominates Year in Review


LOS ANGELES (LALATE) – Jessie Lunderby, who posed for Playboy photos only to lose her job as a jail officer, is dominating multiple Year in Review summaries of the biggest news scandals of 2010. Jessie Lunderby was the detention officer at an Arkansas jail who found out that posing for Playboy pictures, whether or not you disclose it to your employer, might amount to a violation of one’s employment code of conduct.

This week, Jessie Lunderby is being remembered as among the news scandals in which the public supported the employee despite what the employer eventually ruled on the situation. The scandal broke in June 2010 when Arkansas news reported that a Washington County prison guard had been placed on  paid administrative leave. At issue was a Playboy Magazine spread.

Maj. Rick Hoyt of the Washington County sheriff’s office confirmed news that Jessie was the employee under an internal investigation.

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Prison officials were quick to denounce Lunderby’s photos as a violation of workplace codes of conduct: conduct unbecoming an officer or employee, not getting permission for off-duty work, not engaging in certain types of jobs, and a policy addressing sexual conduct.

When the news scandal first broke, it sounded distinctly similar to another scandal one year earlier. When Casa Robles’ teacher Carlie Becker confirmed she was  Playboy’s Carlie Christine in 2009, she too faced workplace backlash. Becker was a cheerleading coach. When some of her girls didn’t make the team, their parents dropped copies of Becker’s magazine spread on the principal’s office.

In Lunderby’s case, news reports were never clear what exactly caused the prison officials to fume. Lunderby’s job placed her close to prison inmates; but they clearly didn’t have access to the magazine.

One year earlier, Becker said code of conduct is discretionary, and should never been up to one person’s opinions. “I understand that morals are a subject of opinion, and although parents may have different opinions than I, they’re entitled to those. As far as [whether] the job can be based on someone’s opinions of morals, I don’t know that that is true.”

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By summer 2010, Lunderby was furious to find she was being suspended from work. Lunderby eventually won the support of her community, women, and even a Hollywood agent.

So where is Lunderby now? She’s taken a job at Hooters and is represented by GC Marketing for which she does promotional events. “I love working promotional events because I love meeting new people and traveling to unseen destinations.” She’s worked the Playboy Golf Tournament and has been a representative Hawaiian Tropic suntan lotion.

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Jessie Lunderby Playboy PICTURES Firing

Posted: July 15th, 2010 in Jessie Lunderby, Playboy by LALATE

Jessie Lunderby Playboy pictures firing


WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR (LALATE) – PICS. Jessie Lunderby has now been fired for her Playboy photos. Jessie Lunderby’s Playboy pictures had originally put her on suspension. This week, Lunderby was fired for the photos. The Washington County corrections officer had been on a administrative leave since June. But Washington County Sheriff Tim Helder confirms that Jessie Lunderby has now been fired.

The reason? Helder says it’s a “business decision.”

While Lunderby has the option to appeal the decision to a county grievance committee, the statement by Helder of a “business decision” seems a bit peculiar. Initially the facility said its investigation concerned her conduct outside of work, conduct Lunderby said the facility knew and consented to.

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In this case, the two sides told very different stories.

In June, Maj. Rick Hoyt of the Washington County sheriff’s office said Jessie was under an internal investigation over whether the photo spread was conduct unbecoming an officer or employee, involved not getting permission for off-duty work, and violated a policy about not engaging in certain types of jobs outside of work.

Lunderby disagreed. In an interview with AOL in July, Jessie said she informed her prison bosses of the pending Playboy pictures and they didn’t say anything. ”They knew about it. I informed them of it; they had plenty of time to tell me, ‘No, it can’t come out.’ … They never said no.”

Moreover, Lunderby claimed she found out about her suspension not from the prison but from the press. Jessie said she was furious she read the news in the press, through a statement to local news. “I was furious. That’s my job. They put it into the news, and they didn’t even tell me first.”

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Helder said she was a “distraction with the facility” “Based on her recent actions, it appears that we’re the least of her concerns.”

”I feel as if my employer is betraying me in a way, because they knew about my posing for Playboy and now they’re making a huge ordeal out of it”.

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So will Lunderby appeal the decision?

Jessie Lunderby said, when suspended, her initial reaction was “sue the pants” off the prison. But she says that she is so busy now with job offers she doesn’t have the time to bother with litigation. Moreover, Lunderby has loved the fan reaction, obtaining support from her community and other women.

Jessie Lunderby Playboy Pics Scandal Going on Tour

Posted: July 7th, 2010 in Jessie Lunderby by LALATE

Jessie Lunderby Playboy Photos Controversy

WASHINGTON COUNTY (LALATE) – PHOTOS. Jessie Lunderby is happy with her Playboy pics scandal, so much so, that Lunderby is taking her photos controversy on tour.

Jessie Lunderby says she still hasn’t been fired and her employer still hasn’t finished its review of. In a new interview with AOL this week, Jessie Lunderby maintains again that she informed her prison bosses that she was set to pose for Playboy pictures and they didn’t disapprove. Lunderby, however, says she was furious to find she was being suspended from work by reading the news in the press. Lunderby says her bosses never called her up and told her of the pending suspension but announced it through a statement to local news.

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Either way, Lunderby says life is great, she has been a lot of job offers and may even appear in feature films being proposed to blonde beauty .She said her initial reaction was “sue the pants” off the prison. But she says that she is so busy now with job offers she doesn’t have the time to bother with litigation. Moreover, Lunderby has loved the fan reaction, obtaining support from her community and other women. Nevertheless she adds “I was furious. That’s my job. They put it into the news, and they didn’t even tell me first.”

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With all that, Lunderby has a new job coming up – joining the “The Hottest Scandals of 2010 Tour”. Lunderby will join Joslyn James, Holly Sampson and Melissa Smith as the tour’s latest participant.

She says of the prison in a statement from the tour ”They knew about it. I informed them of it; they had plenty of time to tell me, ‘No, it can’t come out.’ … They never said no.”

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”I feel as if my employer is betraying me in a way, because they knew about my posing for Playboy and now they’re making a huge ordeal out of it”.

The tour adds that Lunderby is 21 years old, 99 lbs, married and the mother of an 18-month-old son. She is also represented by a Beverly Hills-based Management Group.

Jessie Lunderby Playboy Controversy – Lunderby and Code of Conducts

Posted: June 30th, 2010 in Jessie Lunderby by LALATE

Jessie Lunderby Playboy Controversy

WASHINGTON COUNTY, AR (LALATE) – Jessie Lunderby’s Playboy photos controversy returns Tuesday. But Jessie Lunderby’s controversy of posing for Playboy pictures outside her employment has drawn national attention for the question of whether your one employer can restrict your activities in another place of employment.

While revisited on morning TV Wednesday, the question is not unique to Lunderby, with the same scandal have hit other notable pinups in recent years. Whether it was Marcus Patrick or Carlie Becker, Jessie Lunderby’s case is as much about employment code of conduct standards as it is about employer consent.

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While initial reports of Jessie Lunderby’s controversy were about her role as prison guard from Washington County, Arkansas posing for the Bunny publication, details later revealed one job had nothing to do with the other.

Jessie Lunderby posed for the magazine while off duty. Her posing didn’t impact her performance at the jail. She didn’t pose in uniform. But yet, officials contended one simple premise – it violated employment code of conduct.

Maj. Rick Hoyt of the Washington County sheriff’s office says Jessie is under an internal investigation currently. Among the issues Hoyt addressed was whether the photo spread was conduct unbecoming an officer or employee, involved not getting permission for off-duty work, and violated a policy about not engaging in certain types of jobs outside of work. Yes, apparently in Lunderby’s case, one job’s code said she couldn’t engage in other activities on the side.

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Jessie Lunderby is currently on paid administrative leave.

In the case of Carlie Christine, one cheerleader student Adelle Geniella complained about her teacher. The Model Mayhem #756313 teacher for Casa Robles, a cheerleading team coach, was fired because of Adelle Geniella’s complaining. Becker said code of conduct is discretionary, and shouldn’t be up to one person’s opinions. “I understand that morals are a subject of opinion, and although parents may have different opinions than I, they’re entitled to those. As far as [whether] the job can be based on someone’s opinions of morals, I don’t know that that is true.”

Dallas police officer Bryan Crews was fired for his photos. Crews “sent [unclothed] photos of himself to a high school student during school hours, kept several people’s ID cards and failed to give copies of tickets to several violators who were later wanted for arrest because they didn’t pay the tickets.”

Los Angeles’ own Marcus Patrick was fired from “Days of Our Lives” for his spread in Playgirl. And biology teacher Tiffany Shepherd was fired for bikini pictures on a charter fishing boats posted online.

Jessie Lunderby Playboy PHOTOS Controversy

Posted: June 23rd, 2010 in Carlie Becker, Carlie Christine, Jessie Lunderby, Playboy by LALATE

Jessie Lunderby Playboy Photos Controversy

WASHINGTON COUNTY (LALATE) – PHOTOS. Jessie Lunderby’s Playboy photo controversy is extremely similar to another Playboy controversy of 2009. Jessie Lunderby’s Playboy pictures resulted in Jessie being suspended from work this month. But a similar Playboy spread by Carlie Christine aka Carlie Becker resulted in her being firing as a high school volleyball coach in April 2009.

In both cases, supervisors evoked employment policies when confronting the issue, and in both cases it became a topic of national debate. Today the question is back  -  can one employer terminate you for a second job that you take on the side? And if you inform them of the second job and they allegedly consent, does that nullify any potential grounds for suspension?

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The similarities between Jessie Lunderby’s suspension and Carlie Christine’s firing are extremely apparent, two women who chose to pose for the publication on the side only to have their daytime job put into jeopardy, or terminated. For both, they became topics of national discussion. Christine became a guest across morning news while Jessie has appeared on evening news.

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LALATE broke both the details of Jessie Lunderby Tuesday and Christine in April 2009, two young beautiful women who found nothing wrong in appearing for the magazine. Instead, both beautiful women were confronted by a core group of persons who sought their dismissal.

Christine you might remember was the high school cheerleading coach in 2009 whose student who didn’t make the squad Adelle Geniella complained. Christine would be fired. Adelle would eventually tell Matt Lauer on the Today Show. “When I found out about it, I definitely lost respect. That’s not where my morals stand.”

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Lauer asked Adelle if she was complaining because of her own shortcomings or because of the spread. “But the family insists it was a matter of morals and respect … [even though student] Adelle had been barred from next year’s tryouts for having more than three unexcused absences from Casa Roble High School.”

Charlie defended herself, like Lunderby, saying she did nothing wrong. “I understand that morals are a subject of opinion, and although parents may have different opinions than I, they’re entitled to those. As far as [whether] the job can be based on someone’s opinions of morals, I don’t know that that is true.”

People are debating the same question today.

The complaint against Jessie Lunderby appears to have come from co-workers. However, none of them have come forward nor fessed up to their complaining. Inmates obviously weren’t the ones who complained. They do not have (lawful) access to the magazine while in jail and hence didn’t raise the publication to Jessie’s supervisors.

Outside prison, Jessie wanted to make some extra money, and perhaps achieve some level of fame, like Christine. So what did she do wrong?

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One can even argue what level of conduct does Jessie need to abide to while being around, not students, but convicted felons. (As of Tuesday, we don’t even know what level of prisoners Jessie’s jail contained.)

But both women were reportedly hired pursuant to employment code of conduct standards. Jessie Lunderby agreed to prison conduct policy. Policies in place, according to Maj. Roy Hoyt, may prohibit certain conduct. But how specific is the policy? It simply reads “conduct unbecoming of an officer or employee of the department.”

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So who determines what is unbecoming of an officer … around convicted felons? Do male supervisors decide? Moreovoer, Lunderby says she told them about the spread and they “knew about” it. Does that change the basis of the complaint?

Jessie Lunderby is currently on paid administrative leave while Christine was terminated.











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