The 38-year-old Dawn Gentry from Kenton County in Kentucky allegedly used her office to force lawyers into engaging in threesomes with her in the court’s offices.

Female Judge charged for allegedly having threesomes with lawyers inside the court chambers
Female Judge charged for allegedly having threesomes with lawyers inside the court chambers

The accused is a family Court judge who was elected to the high-profile position in November 2018.

Per the allegations, she allowed employees to get drunk on the job, drank alcohol herself on the job, had threesomes inside court offices and gave preferential treatment to lawyers who had sex with her.

A report by Cincinnati Enquirer said that lawyer Katherine Schulz ended their relationship after Gentry allegedly flirted with her over social media platform Snapchat and also asked her to seduce her former husband, so she could accuse him of being unfaithful.

Female Judge charged for allegedly having threesomes with lawyers inside the court chambers
Female Judge charged for allegedly having threesomes with lawyers inside the court chambers

The female judge has denied through her legal representative that she engaged in inappropriate or unwanted sexual advances toward Ms. Schulz but it did not stop authorities from triggering an action against her.

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Female Judge charged for allegedly having threesomes with lawyers inside the court chambers
Female Judge charged for allegedly having threesomes with lawyers inside the court chambers

Gentry has been charged with coercion to participate in judicial campaign, retaliation for failure to support judicial campaign, facilities and time sheet falsification, retaliation against school employees, ex parte communication with guardian ad litem (GAL) panel members, harassment and retaliation against Katherine Schulz, inappropriate hiring and relationship with Mr Penrose, hiring and appointing court staff not based on merit and failure to be candid and honest with the commission.

She is expected to face a disciplinary hearing in the coming months and might also be removed from office if found guilty.