Lunderby claimed she found out about her suspension not from the prison but from the press. Jessie said she was furious she read the news in the press, through a statement to local news. “I was furious. That’s my job. They put it into the news, and they didn’t even tell me first.”
Back in June, Lunderby was investigated for “conduct unbecoming of an officer” and for failing to get permission for off-duty work. But Jessie said she did get permission and that it wasn’t an issue until the photos came out. I wonder if Jessie has grounds for a wrongful termination suit, particularly if they knew she was posing forCyber Girl of the Week? Probably it was something she said. In the interview with Playboy she seem very easy to please. “There is no particular song or CD that puts me in ‘the mood,’” she says. “I’m usually in the mood all the time!” LOL… The last thing Arkansas need is a female prison guard who is usually always in the mood. Hahaha… But she can give me a call anytime! If she was willing to pose nude when she was happily employed, just imagine what she will do now that she’s jobless and desperate for cash. Lunderby has three days from her termination to file a grievance with the county. Click on pictures to enlarge.
Jessie Lunderby (born December 23, 1988 in Fayetteville, Arkansas, U.S.A.) is an American model, best known as the Playboy Cybergirl of the Week for June 7. She was a detention officer for a country sheriff’s department. Jessie Lunderby weighs in at just under 100 pounds, but her lifelong ambition is to become an undercover cop or work for the drug task force. Her measurements are: 32D-24-33 and she is 5’1″ in height.