Florida Deputies Resign After Having Sex in Walt Disney World

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Three deputies have resigned following a scandal that involved the Walt Disney World Resort.

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According to a 51-page report obtained by NBC affiliate WESH and reported by News Channel 8, multiple Florida deputies have now resigned after getting caught in a sex scandal that at one point, directly involved Walt Disney World.

According to the report, deputies Skyelar Miller and Angel Mendoza started a sexual relationship back in 2021. The primary issue here is that Miller was sexually involved with Cpl. Robert Garner, her direct supervisor.

Deputy Miller admitted to having “sexual intercourse while on duty” with her supervisor, and the report indicates that their “encounters” often occurred at local businesses and in a parking lot at Disney Springs. Deputies Miller and Mendoza also had sex while on duty.

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Outside of Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, and Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Guests can visit Disney Springs to get their shopping fix.

Disney Springs is Walt Disney World’s massive shipping and dining center, filled with iconic store brands like Lego, Harley Davidson, and Lacoste, as well as unique dining locations such as Rainforest Cafe, Earl of Sandwich, and Chef Art Smith’s Homecomin’.

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According to investigators, deputy Miller believes Mendoza compared to the sheriff’s office because their relationship ended on bad terms.

“At the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, we hold our deputies to the highest ethical standards. Engaging in this behavior on duty – when they should have been responding to calls and protecting our community – is unacceptable,” said Orange County Sheriff John Mina. “These former deputies are not worthy of the uniform worn by those that serve with integrity and honor.”

During the investigation, a total of three deputies resigned. The deputies would have been terminated based on the findings of the investigation. The Department of Law Enforcement is also able to revoke each deputy’s law enforcement certifications.

Stay tuned here at Inside the Magic for more updates. 

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