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May 29, 2016 – 08:53 am
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ATLANTA (CBS46) -

Lieutenant Jathan Dortch, a top Atlanta firefighter, has been placed on leave and an internal investigation is underway after risque pictures were found to have been taken at an area firehouse.

CBS46 found racy pictures on a website advertising, among other classifieds, local escorts.

In the ads, two girls in lingerie sit provocatively on trucks that belong to the city. They also wear the firefighter's gear.

The x-rated photo shoot allegedly took place at the Lakewood Heights Fire Station.

In one ad you can see a girl posing on the front on a fire truck. At the top, the truck says City of Atlanta. In the middle of the truck you can see the letters "LA." Lakewood Heights is the only station in Atlanta that starts with those letters.

One woman in a barely there black dress calls herself Armani. She said she is 22, "ready to fulfill your dreams" and can "meet in Atlanta, Buckhead, Downtown, Marietta or anywhere."

In the picture, she sits with legs crossed on top on a fire engine. In other photos, her lady parts are exposed. The risque photo shoot by the self-professed "hottie" at the fire station was posted Monday morning. Another one was posted Sunday.

A woman who claims to be 24 years old promises she is the real deal - "satisfaction guaranteed." Not only does she stand on top of a fire engine, she grinds against the front of the truck. She also models the firefighter's gear.

Several pictures were taken in what appears to be the fire house locker room.

Both women said they won't meet with black men and both photo shoots appear to be at the Lakewood Heights station.

No one at the fire station would talk to explain why these girls were allowed to make their ads posing with city property.

CBS46 was going to ask Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed about the photos during his scheduled interview with CBS46, but the mayor abruptly canceled.

A city spokesperson later released the following statement:

“The Atlanta Fire Rescue Department will launch an internal investigation into the matter, and will take decisive action based on the outcome of the investigation.”

Source: www.cbs46.com
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