Pa. cop probed for photo with unicorn mask, porn star

The adult film actress and director are both defending the cop, saying he did nothing wrong


PITTSBURGH —Pittsburgh police confirm they're investigating a photo that surfaced online of an officer wearing a unicorn mask and posing with an adult film star after she was asked to leave PNC Park, but one of the women involved insists the officer shouldn't be punished. 

The photo in question shows the officer, who has not been identified, and adult actress Andy San Dimas, who was in town for a performance at a night club, posing inside a security office at the ballpark during the Pirates-Mets game last Saturday. 

"We don’t want him getting in any trouble because he didn’t do anything wrong. We took (the picture) down because we don't want him to get in any trouble because there's no reason he should be in trouble," said adult film producer and director Steviee Hughes, who was with San Dimas at the ballpark that night.

Pittsburgh police spokeswoman Diane Richard issued the following statement on behalf of Acting Chief Regina McDonald: "Yes, we are aware of the photos on the Internet and are currently investigating the incident. At this time we have not identified the individual or the circumstances surrounding this photo."

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