Cop accused of showing off intimate pics of student who was later killed by her blackmailer

Utah – Lauren McCluskey gave the officer explicit photos of herself in the hope that campus police would help protect her from the man who was blackmailing her – the man who killed her a little more than a week later in a tragedy that rocked the University of Utah.

In the days leading to the 21-year-old student-athlete’s death in October 2018 – the end of a flawed response, according to a review – the officer she entrusted with her pictures allegedly showed them to his male colleague, The Salt Lake Tribune’s Courtney Tanner reported Sunday. James McConkie, an attorney for McCluskey’s parents, echoed the allegation in a statement Monday.

The officer, Miguel Deras, bragged about being able to look at the photos he had downloaded to his personal cellphone, McConkie alleged. A top Utah public safety official told The Tribune that Deras’ alleged handling of the images could be a policy violation and lead to actions against his certification or to criminal prosecution.

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