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Zachary Samuel Maidment was introduced to porn by his ex-fiancee Tyana Hansen, who has featured on Maxim and Playboy.
She claims they made five figures in their first day on the adult entertainment site, telling ABC: "Doing this is a chance for both of us to be ourselves."
The pair's bio on the website tells fans: "The couple of ex's [sic] you've been waiting for.
"We have decided to give you all something to talk about this time. You're welcome in advance for the good w**k material."
The new venture is a far cry from 29-year-old Maidment's previous job as a cop.
According to 7News, he was suspended and charged with possessing cocaine and supplying MDMA at his birthday party in Star Casino in June 2020.
The news outlet says the party was bugged, adding that Maidment is currently on bail.
Widely-reported police documents allege that Maidment watched while Hansen snorted the drug off a naked woman's bum. Those documents are also reported to state that he snorted cocaine off her breasts, before asking another person to do the same.
He was suspended from Queensland Police Service soon after, along with another officer.
Hansen added of the couple's foray into porn: "I've done this to have financial freedom, and it's been a good opportunity to not have a boss and work for myself.
"With this [account] having just launched, for him to have the opportunity too... it's been nice to share that together."
She added: "When Zac was in the police, they controlled every aspect of his life, including what he posted to social media. So, doing this is a chance for both of us to be ourselves."
Hansen used to work as a safety officer for a mining company, before she moved into the adult industry.
Previously, Hansen described the investigation as a 'witch hunt' to the Courier Mail.
She said: "I don't have a criminal record, I don't sell drugs, I pay my taxes, I go to work, I try and make a future for myself. I don't like that my job has put me in a position where they think I am a certain way because that's what I do."
She thinks they were both discriminated against, adding: "They've gone 'stripper, tattoos, criminal, that's that'.
"It's a lot of discrimination towards the both of us. It was just a party, it was just a birthday party."
Maidment is due to face the Southport Magistrates Court on 10 August.