Adeline Lafouine has come to be suspended from her role as a secretary with Switzerland‘s parliamentary after naked images of her began to circulate. It is believed that the secretary harbored a secret occupation as an adult actress. It was only after the images of the sultry secretary began to make the rounds that Swiss parliament learn of the woman’s ‘seedy after hours’ activities. Activities that the woman claims were her right to pursue without interference from the government.
Reports gawker: The Swiss parliament has suspended a secretary whose nude selfies and amateur porn photos, sometimes posted from inside the Federal House in Berne, made her a national sensation. The anonymous woman, referred to in the Swiss media as A., had more than 11,700 Twitter followers before she deleted her account this week.
At present it’s unclear whether Adeline Lafouine (the adult entertainer name she went by- real name Adeline White) is still being paid, or whether parliament services intends to fire her.
Gawker would also state that A —or someone pretending to be her—restarted the Twitter account today under the name “Adeline Lafouine,” and linked to a Twicsy page that still hosts several of her photos. A number of them match up to the collection of A.’s images published by Swiss site Blick.ch.
Pursuant to the suspension, Adelne Lafouine claimed she hadn’t broken any rules because tweeting the photos was ‘part of her private life,’ but the Swiss Federal Personnel Office recommends employees only post images on the Internet ‘that you would at any time show your colleagues, employees or superiors.’
When Swiss newspaper Neue Zuercher Zeitung asked her whether she was worried her coworkers might find her Twitter account, she said, “The issue is on my mind almost.’
The woman has since deleted her Facebook account.
In the end what are we to we make of Adeline’s claims she has the right to pursue her ‘outside of work activities’ without interference from the government? Does it matter whether images were tweeted from work as some have claimed? Was there a chance that the Swiss government could ever be compromised? Or was this just an issue of ‘branding‘ and ‘saving face’ from what many deem untoward past times….?