The former judge, who was banned on OnlyF for being a part-time porn star, said “hello” in Las Vegas while attending an Adele concert.
Gregory A. Locke, 33, was fired last week for “unprofessional conduct” after posting a video on Instagram of him looking well-dressed and smiling in the Caesars Palace casino Splendid, a congresswoman called for his firing. Locke charges $12 a month to access his OnlyF site, and even as his career continues to decline, he’s beaming on the casino floor.
“I spent my Saturday getting ready to watch my Queen Adele complete her Las Vegas residency,” the legal hunk wrote in the Grammy-winning “Hello” singer’s Saturday night post wrote.
The attorney was ousted after he told councilwoman Vickie Paladino he was “choked to death by dk” after criticizing drag queens storytime at public schools and libraries, prompting the representative to file a complaint against him . “As a result of this judge posting a disgusting tweet about me, we filed a complaint, the floodgates opened, and he was fired,” Paladino said.
The disgraced judge previously paid $58 an hour to decide parking tickets, and city officials said they were unaware of Roque’s side hustle, despite his highly publicized online posts.
On his alternate Twitter account, Locke bragged about being a judge while working in the porn industry. In addition to his OnlyF account, he also has an X-rated account with JustFor.Fans, where he charges $9.99 a month to access his photos and videos.