Model Claims Traffic Cops Asked For Sex Instead Of Fine

Story ByAna LacasaSub EditorJoseph GolderAgencyCEN

This stunning model has claimed that she was harassed by two traffic cops who demanded sex in return for letting her off a motoring fine.

Model and former beauty queen Maria Camila Valencia, from the city of Cali in the south-western Colombian department of Valle del Cauca, made the claim on social media for her army of online fans.

The gorgeous brunette, who was crowned Panela Queen 2018, said that she left her home to attend a class during the ‘pico y placa’ (‘peak and plate’) restricted driving period aimed at easing traffic congestion during peak times of the day.

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She was then stopped by two motorbike cops, saying: “I gave them my documents and they were kind, telling me the reason for the fine and I agreed that I committed an infraction.

However, in the Facebook post, which has since been deleted, the model claimed that one of the cops suggested that he could let her off in return for sexual favours.

She said: “I was alone and in tears. He told me that I could do something so that he would help me and, while crying, I mentioned that I only had 10,000 COP (2.3 GBP) on me.

“He answered that I was a woman and women can be ‘creative’ to assist them.”

Valencia went on to claim that the indecent cop made similar suggestive remarks and left her feeling “uncomfortable”.

She also said that she has evidence and has reported the matter to the local authorities.

The model reportedly received a call from the city’s traffic department, apologising for the incident and promising to investigate the allegation.

The probe is ongoing.