A “big pimpin’” ex-NYPD cop was thrown in jail Wednesday on accusations he’s still hustling hookers — and bragging about it on Instagram — while out on $200,000 bail for allegedly moonlighting as a pimp.
Prosecutors say they have fresh evidence that Eduardo Cornejo, 34, is up to his old tricks in violation of his bail conditions following his arrest in February for allegedly prostituting at least 10 women, including a 16-year-old girl.
Under the handle “evol_genius,” the disgraced cop posted a selfie and lyrics from rapper Jay Z last month in brazenly boasting about “flouting” court orders, according to prosecutors.
“I got a bag for the lawyers like, 'What's your charges?' Hop out the courtroom like #WhatCharges? Big p***in' on you [sic] court steps. CASE YOU AIN'T NOTICE, I AIN'T LOST YET!" he wrote in the post, which has since been edited.
Cornejo, an 11-year veteran of the NYPD and a former US Marine, was caught recently discussing posting online ads for prostitution services in deleted text messages, new court papers say.
He was also found via GPS monitoring at several hot-sheets hotels in Staten Island and Queens, including one he’s charged with using during his pimping activities.
And prosecutors say two weeks ago he was seen with one of the prostitutes he's accused of pimping in his car.
During a brief appearance Wednesday in Brooklyn federal court, Cornejo agreed to be remanded in exchange for his bail being vacated — sparing his parents from losing their home that they’d put up.
“We’re taking no position on what [prosecutors are] alleging,” his lawyer Michael Padden said outside court.
Cornejo, who was booted off the NYPD after testing positive for marijuana, faces a minimum of 10 years behind bars. His trial is set for January.
Prosecutors did not say whether they plan to bring additional charges against him.
Cornejo allegedly pimped out his girls throughout the New York area immediately after his NYPD shifts and was caught on wiretap talking about his sleazy prostitution activity.
FRESNO, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) Former Bakersfield police detective Damacio Diaz was sentenced Monday in federal court to five years in prison.He pleaded guilty earlier this year to charges he accepted bribes as a police officer, stole and sold confiscated met
HAZEL PARK, Mich. (AP) — A lawsuit accusing four suburban Detroit officers of forcing two women to bare their breasts during a traffic stop has prompted an internal investigation. MLive.com reports (http://bit.ly/2cp3toL ) that the federal lawsuit, filed Friday, says two women and a man were stopped June 5 for illegally changing lanes on Interstate 75 north of Detroit. The suit says they were ordered from their SUV and that Hazel Park officers found cocaine on the man. The lawsuit says both women were told to pull up their shirts and bras while at least one officer recorded with a cellphone. Police Chief Martin Barner tells The Associated Press that the officers are performing their assigned duties because "at this point, there is nothing concrete or proven that we can determine that this even occurred." ___ Information from: The Grand Rapids Press:MLive.com, http://www.mlive.com
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