Police Release Findings of Philadelphia Firefighter Sex Investigation

The Philadelphia Inspector General’s Office has finished an investigation into alleged sexual activity involving a female paramedic and a number of male firefighters, with its findings expected to be released soon, reports 6abc.com.

The alleged activity occurred while participants were on duty at several fire stations.

Sources say a young female paramedic filed a Equal Employment Opportunity complaint alleging sexual misconduct. 

It was soon learned that the paramedic had sexual encounters with more than a dozen firefighters and paramedics in city firehouses and ambulances, both on and off duty. 

A source says that two battalion chiefs are among those who had sex with the paramedic, whose name we are not releasing because of the sensitivity of the allegations. 

A source says the sex was consensual, but the paramedic felt pressured. A source also tells Action News the woman has evidence of the alleged misconduct. 

Read more of the story here http://6abc.cm/1EqZCAc

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