University Diversity Coordinator Runs Phone Sex Business While at Work

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December 21, 2013 3:12pm PST

A Cultural Diversity Coordinator at the University of Colorado, Denver has been placed on paid leave after allegations surfaced that she was conducting phone sex calls as part of a side business she was running while at work. The Diversity Coordinator is Resa Cooper-Morning who is also accused of managing a soft-core pornography site that allowed users to conduct explicit chats with her during her university hours.

“The University of Colorado, Denver takes this allegation very seriously,” said CU Denver Vice Chancellor of Communications Leanna Clark. After hearing about the phone sex allegations, Clark said the University has “initiated a thorough internal investigation.”

Cooper-Morning declined to speak with Denver CBS4 – who has investigated the story – about her website or employment. CBS4 learned that Cooper-Morning has worked for the University since 1992 and is currently paid $68,000. State records show a website associated with the CU administrator that offers users the opportunity to purchase a membership. Those who purchase the membership can watch several short low-budget videos that show the CU administrator in provacative poses and often times, taking off her clothes in front of the camera.

Of course, operating a website of this nature as an off-work activity is entirely covered within Colorado state statute, but the phone sex component of the website appears to be something that Cooper-Morning would conduct during her regular University hours. The website stated that Cooper-Morning could be reached Monday through Friday from 7:30am until late at night.

Cooper-Mornings’s daughter-in-law says that “she is taking calls during work.” The relative and CU of Denver student went on to say, “I’ve been in her office and she’s said, ‘Oh, let me be right back I have a phone call.’ She takes them very discreetly, shuts her door takes phone sex calls on CU of Denver’s pay.”

The daughter-in-law, Blair Cooper went on to say, “As a tax-payer I think this is wrong that she is doing this on our dollar.”

CU Denver has not yet said what disciplinary action they may pursue. They called it “a confidential personnel matter.” They also said that the investigation may take up to 3 or 4 weeks. CBS4 pointed out that the soft-core pornography website Cooper-Morning runs has been modified to reflect that she is only available after 3pm on weekdays now.

While this is certainly an abuse of tax-payer dollars, overpaid diversity coordinator positions at public universities may be even larger abuses of tax-payer dollars. We have seen countless examples of how discrimination finds its way into universities around America in the name of “diversity.”

(Read More: Student Rejected for Diversity Post Because He is “White”)

What are your thoughts? Should Cooper-Morning lose her job? Let us know below in the comments section.

(H/T: CBS4, Campus Reform)

 

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