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Orange County Sheriff's Office Scandal

Florida Deputies Busted for Having Sex at Disney World On-Duty

Two Orange County Sheriff Deputies were caught in a sexual relationship that included doing “the dirty deed” while on duty at Walt Disney World Resort.

Orange County Sheriff's Department

Credit: WESH

According to Orlando-area NBC affiliate WESH, Orange County Sheriff Deputy Skyelar Miller was found to be having intimate relationships with fellow deputy Angel Mendoza and then with her superior, Cpl. Robert Garner. Miller admitted that she and Garner got personal multiple times while on duty during their relationship, and it turns out The Most Magical Place On Earth was one of their spots of choice.

WESH Reports,

“Miller admitted that on multiple occasions she and Garner would engage in ‘sexual intercourse while on duty.’

During many of the meetups, the two would turn off their body cameras. Many of their encounters took place behind a church in Windermere behind a business near the Orange County Sheriff’s Office and in the parking lot at Disney Springs while all while on duty.”

Orange County Sheriff's Department

Credit: Orange County Sheriff’s Department

All three of these Deputies have reportedly resigned due to complaints that resulted in a 51-page report that the Orange County Sheriff’s Office started in 2021. Miller stated that she thinks Mendoza was the one who made the complaints because their relationship ended on bad terms.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department works in partnership with Walt Disney World Security to ensure proper law enforcement and safety of its Guests at the Central Florida property, including Magic Kingdom, EPCOT, Disney’s Hollywood Studios, Disney’s Animal Kingdom, as well as Disney Springs by manning the entry and exit points. It is unclear at this time if both Miller and Garner were posted at Disney World’s shopping and dining center that day or not.

Disney Springs

Credit: Disney

“At the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, we hold our deputies to the highest ethical standards. Engaging in this behavior on duty – when they should have been responding to calls and protecting our community – is unacceptable,” Orange County Sheriff John Mina said in a statement. “These former deputies are not worthy of the uniform worn by those that serve with integrity and honor.”

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About T.K. Bosacki

TK is a writer and editor based in Tampa, FL with a passion for all things Disney, and adventure.