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Kentucky judge accused of frat-house antics, threesomes with staffers

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(NEW YORK POST) – A Kentucky judge has been accused of turning her chambers into a glorified frat house, having a threesome with staffers and allowing employees to get drunk on the job — all while abusing her power to win re-election, according to reports.

The judge, Dawn Gentry, was hit with nine charges by the state’s Judicial Conduct Commission on Wednesday related to the Animal House antics, Cincinnati.com reported.

The trouble started when Gentry hired her band’s guitar player, Stephen Penrose.

Gentry and Penrose, a former pastor, proceeded to use the courthouse like a swingers’ club, investigators allege.

The pair allegedly had a threesome with Gentry’s secretary, Laura Aubrey, according to the paperwork cited by Cincinnati.com.

The judge, who served on a panel to help abused children, also tried to seduce another member of the panel, Katherine Schulz, into having a second threesome, the report said.

Gentry flirted with Schulz on Snapchat and urged her to seduce her husband into having the threesome with the judge and Penrose.

Schulz then quit a panel that Gentry appointed her to.

Penrose also annoyed colleagues by jamming on his guitar in a courthouse office provided to him by the judge.

Some employees also allegedly drank and stored liquor in the courthouse.

But Gentry was not so lenient with those who did not support her re-election campaign.

Some staffers told investigators they were fired for not donating to the run, while others were hired after they doled out some cash.

The judge faces a disciplinary hearing. A date for the hearing had not been set as of Friday.

Gentry has denied most of the charges against her, but admitted to allowing Penrose to play the guitar in the courthouse.

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