A former police officer who lost his job after being caught snorting cocaine off a Playboy cover model's boobs has found a new career as a pornstar – making content with her.
Gold Coast ex-cop Zachary Samuel Maidment was charged with possession and supply of cocaine and remains on bail.
But he's raking in tens of thousands of dollars in the meantime alongside the star model with who he was caught snorting coke.
Court documents allege Zachary snorted cocaine from Tyana Hansen's breasts alongside other former cops.
He quit the police force soon after the charges were laid against him.
The pair's hit OnlyFans account, Zac and Tyana costs $9.99 Australian (£5.41) a month and already has thousands of subscribers paying additionally for pay-per-view content.
It was widely advertised on Hansen's Instagram account, where she has 77,000 followers.
Hansen has been on OnlyFans for over a year, earning six-figure sums for her efforts.
In the nine days since the account was set up, Zac and Tyana have posted 15 times including explicit pics and GIFs.
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Maidment faces two counts of possession, two counts of supplying and two counts of possessing property suspected of being used in connection with a drug offence.
He was also charged with a count of permitting the use of a place and one count of possessing anything suspected of being used in the commission of a crime.
Hansen told ABC News the couple had made "five figures" from their OnlyFans account in the past 24h alone.
She said: "I've done this to have financial freedom and it's been a good opportunity to not have a boss and work for myself.
"With this (account) having just launched, for him to have the opportunity too … it's been nice to share that together.
"When Zac was in the police, they controlled every aspect of his life, including what he posted to social media.
"So, doing this is a chance for both of us to be ourselves."
Zachary will appear at Southport Magistrates Court on August 10.
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