Who is Cecily Steinmetz? Police chief Jason Collier's alleged girlfriend

CECILY Steinmetz was allegedly involved in a love triangle with a married Texas police chief.

She went viral on Facebook after confessing to breaking up with him due to his "secret life" and exposed his relationship with other alleged women.

Who is Cecily Steinmetz? Police chief Jason Collier's alleged girlfriend

Cecily Steinmetz, 39, of Amarillo, Texas was an alleged mistress of Stinnett Police Department’s Police Chief Jason Collier.

She accused him of living a "double/triple life" with at least two girlfriends while being married with four kids.

Collier has been married twice and has four children, two with his ex-wife, and two with his current wife, Opal Collier.

More women have also come forward admitting that they were also allegedly dating Collier in the Facebook comments on Steinmetz's post.

What did Cecily Steinmetz say?

Steinmetz took to Facebook to expose Collier and their alleged affair and tagged the city of Stinnett, writing: “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 2nd girlfriend, Kristi, last night. 

Adding: He has 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.”

The realization came after Steinmetz posted a romantic snap of her with Collier to her social media account.

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 few months prior, Collier had even wished his wife Opal a happy anniversary on his Facebook profile saying: “I fall short daily of being the Godly husband.”

What did Jason Collier say about the alleged affairs?

Collier has yet to comment on the accusations against him but the US Sun has contacted him for comment.

However, the city of Stinnett released a statement on Facebook and assured that he was “placed on leave” amid the investigation.

The statement from City Manager Durk Downs read: “The city is taking this seriously and will be looking into any violations of city policy. Chief Jason Collier has been placed on leave while the city investigations,” 

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

The Stinnett Police Department’s Facebook page and Collier’s personal profile have since been deleted.

Collier was formerly a police sergeant with the Borger Police Department with 21 years experience in law enforcement.

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