NHS PORN STAR WINS JOB FIGHT

She ap­peared in Omar vids

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A WOMAN who ap­peared in a se­ries of porn films has been has been given a pay­out by her for­mer bosses at the NHS.

Kath­leen Mol­loy, who uses the name Dy­lan Devere, was found to have been un­fairly dis­missed af­ter her al­ter­na­tive line of work was dis­cov­ered.

Liver­pool Com­mu­nity Health NHS Trust has been or­dered to pay com­pen­sa­tion of £2,000.

A tri­bunal heard she of­fered ‘adult baby mind­ing’ ser­vices for £120 an hour and starred in films such as Omar’s Fat Bird Frenzy and the Deadly Sins of Mis­tress Sin­clair.

In the Omar film she gob­bles hun­grily on the XXX-movie leg­end’s 10-inch length.

He then flips her over and drills her shaven slot from be­hind be­fore spoof­ing all over her 38JJ boobs.

She also worked as a hooker who boasted of wee­ing on clients.

Kath­leen, who worked as a med­i­cal sec­re­tary, told an ear­lier hear­ing: “I didn’t break any laws. There are peo­ple who have bro­ken the law who have been al­lowed to keep their jobs.”

She sued for £90,000 but a judge or­dered a lower set­tle­ment of £1,891.

Ms Mol­loy’s lawyer, Bruce Henry, said: “The rea­son for the dis­missal was be­cause of the po­ten­tial story in the pa­pers the next day. The rea­son for the dis­missal was not her con­duct.”

A spokesman for Liver­pool Com­mu­nity Health NHS Trust said: “We are pleased that the tri­bunal found that Kath­leen Mol­loy had con­trib­uted sig­nif­i­cantly to her dis­missal by her ac­tions.

“By day she worked in a po­si­tion of trust within the NHS.

“By night she led a dou­ble life in an undis­closed sec­ond job as Dy­lan Devere, star­ring in X-rated movies and flout­ing the trust’s so­cial me­dia pol­icy.

“The trust ac­cepted the tri­bunal’s verdict of un­fair dis­missal on the ba­sis of process, but strongly wel­comed the de­ci­sion to sig­nif­i­cantly re­duce com­pen­sa­tion due to the fact her ac­tions would have led ul­ti­mately to her dis­missal.” CASH­ING IN: Porn star Kath­leen was un­fairly dis­missed

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