Jason Collier – Busted love rat cop sparks hilarious memes as 90,000 Facebook users demand his own Netflix series

SERIAL cheat Jason Collier's explosive love life has sparked hilarious memes as over 170,000 Facebook users call for him to have his own Netflix series.

Married police chief Collier, 41, was accused by his partner of living a "double/triple life" with at least two girlfriends while being married with four kids.

Collier's former girlfriend Cecily Steinmetz's scandalous post that uncovered him for his "double life" has now been shared over 30,000 times on Facebook.

A further headache for Collier has also surfaced in the form of a Facebook group titled 'Jason Collier Netflix series' with a staggering 170,000 members demanding a "Don't F**k with Cats" style series is made on the scandal.

One group member has even chosen the celebrity lookalikes to play Collier and the women he deceived, with calls for Reece Witherspoon to play Cecily.

Collier was busted after Cecily blew the lid on his lies on Facebook, alongside seemingly happy pictures of the couple, furious Cecily wrote: "Chief Jason Collier is living a double/ triple life. I was his girlfriend until yesterday.

"He lied to me and presented me with fake annulment documents when I found out he was married.

"I also found out about a second girlfriend, Kristi, last night.

"He had lied to us, our children, and asked us both to marry him.

"He is a poor representative of your town. He would also visit me in Amarillo when he was on shift.

How long will it take for the Jason Collier story to be on Netflix if they start right now??

"We just returned from vacation in Taos on Sunday – meanwhile, his other GF was told he was on work assignment in Portland, OR."

Another woman, Kristi Shaffer, began commenting underneath the picture that she had also been dating Collier and that they had been engaged since December.

A third woman has also come forward to say that she was dating the police chief and other women said they had similar experiences of meeting him on dating apps.

Despite the multiple girlfriends, the police chief is married with four kids, reports Heavy.

On Twitter, where Collier's dirty laundry is also being aired, one graphic designer went to the trouble of mapping out a timeline of events, with details of each woman he had tricked.

Another user wrote: "The next Netflix series gone be "Multiple Love Triangle: The Jason Collier Story."

"How long will it take for the Jason Collier story to be on Netflix if they start right now," another joked.

Posting more incriminating photos of Collier with one of his many girlfriends, another woman wrote on Twitter: "Netflix, make this series, please! I'm begging you, this HAS to be done. Yours sincerely, Jason Collier Girlfriend #5,876,254."

After the Texas police chief was exposed by furious Steinmetz, 39, on January 26, he sent an apology video to Steinmetz, filmed in his cop car, which she posted on Facebook.

“Hey. Sorry. I just feel like the biggest piece of s**t. Sorry,” Collier reveals in the video message.


“I didn’t mean to hide anything or lie to you. Sorry. I’m so sorry. Please, I just want you to forgive me. I’m sorry. I’m sorry.”

As he begged for forgiveness, Collier’s police radio can be heard in the background.

In a further twist, the married chief of the Stinnett Police Department was arrested on charges related to tampering with a government document, according to KAMR.

After spotting an anniversary post to his "beautiful bride" Steinmetz confronted Collier about being married to which he provided her with a "falsified document" stating the marriage was annulled in 2016.

On January 27, the City of Stinnett placed Collier on administrative leave pending an investigation.

According to a statement from City Manager Durk Downs, Collier was placed on leave while the city investigates possible violations of city employment policy.

The statement read: "The City of Stinnett is aware of the current situation surrounding the Chief of Police Jason Collier.

"As per city policy, we will refrain from commenting on any personal issues of personnel in a public forum."


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