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University Of Colorado Denver Employee Allegedly Ran Phone Sex Business From Work

Source: Joe Kemp / New York Daily News

A longtime administrator for University of Colorado Denver was recently suspended after officials learned she was likely taking calls for a phone sex business during her office hours.

Resa Cooper-Morning, 54 — a cultural diversity coordinator for the school’s Ethnic Studies department — was placed on paid administrative leave after CBS Denver exposed the operation, which included a website that featured numerous nude photos of the woman and an option to chat for $1.49 a minute.

The website, msresa.com, was recently shut down.

“It’s very important to us that our employees uphold the values of our organization while they are in the workplace,” the school’s vice chancellor of communications, Leanna Clark, told the news station.

To read this article in its entirety visit the New York Daily News.

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