(fashion) Vineland Police Chief Rudy Beu is pictured above
A New Jersey police officer is claiming that his boss promised to promote him if he allowed him to sleep with his wife and underage daughter.
The officer with the Vineland Police Department filed a complaint with the city solicitor against Chief Rudy Beu two years ago, but he claims that nothing has been done about the matter since that time.
Beu, however, says that the complaint by the officer is retaliation.
‘Although I am not at liberty to make any specific comments, I can tell you that there are two sides to every story,’ Beu told NJ Advance Media.
‘This is a retaliatory action taken against myself and certain command staff members for reasons I cannot discuss at this time.’
The officer has insisted on remaining anonymous due to what he says is his fear of retaliation.
He first reported the allegation to Richard Tonetta, Vineland’s solicitor general, in September 2017 - five months after it was said to have taken place.
According to the officer, he and his wife were watching a Philadelphia Phillies baseball game at McFadden’s Sports Bar just outside Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia on April 7, 2017.
The officer and his wife were at the bar with friends. It just so happened that the chief of police, Beu, was there as well, according to the officer.
Beu is alleged to have told the officer that he would promote him if he could leave with his wife.
The officer says Beu and another high-ranking cop asked his wife what assets he had that would help him be promoted.
At this point, Beu is alleged to have pointed up and down his wife’s body.
‘She felt very uncomfortable, and that is when she walked