Paramedic exposed for selling £150-an-hour threesome sex sessions with cop lover at home is BACK on frontline duty

A PARAMEDIC exposed for working as a prostitute at the height of the pandemic is back on frontline duty, The Sun can reveal.

Politicians have blasted ambulance chiefs for letting Eleanor Turner, 28, treat patients just months after our investigation.


The Sun told how she charged punters £150-an-hour for threesomes with her police detective lover, DC Nick Taylor, 39.

Footage showed her breaching Covid rules to romp with strangers potentially hours before callouts.

Turner boasted that they had been “rammed” with offers through lockdown meaning she could have put hundreds of patients at risk with the illegal hook ups.

And Taylor left himself open to blackmail in his role as a detective.

The couple had been selling sex for at least two years and X-rated snaps and videos online showed the medic making love with multiple strangers.

But West Midlands Ambulance Service (WMAS) has confirmed Turner has returned after an internal investigation – and there are no plans for her to face a gross misconduct hearing.




Local MP Khalid Mahmood slammed the bombshell revelation and called for Turner to be barred from treating patients.

The Labour politician blasted: “What was highlighted by The Sun was truly shocking – these were really serious issues. What she was doing created a huge risk of Covid transmission.

“It was exposing others to that risk – this decision is a surprise. 

“She should be taken off the frontline and should not be dealing with patients. It was wrong and also shocking.”

A stunned paramedic who did not wish to be named added: “It is beyond belief.

“If a paramedic working as a prostitute in the midst of a global pandemic doesn’t get the sack, what do you have to do in WMAS to lose your job?

“There are a few colleagues joking that someone high up clearly got their £150 worth.”


We messaged Taylor and Turner on sex website AdultWork where they used pseudonyms “Mark and Courtney” to work as prostitutes last October.

After agreeing £300 for two hours, our reporter arrived at their rural pile, greeted with a kiss by Turner.

He was asked to take off his shoes, but not requested to wash his hands. 

Turner said they worked on their two days off together each week, boasting: “I think we’d get more if our work hours were more together.”

When asked if Covid stopped business, the paramedic said: “It did a little bit, for the first sort of month of lockdown. It was a little bit frustrating.”

She said she did not mark herself as “available” on Adult Work, but she left her phone on and it was “absolutely rammed” with clients wanting to meet.

Taylor said his girlfriend “stopped kissing” and they insisted clients showered and used “hand sanitizer” – but the pair still slept with strangers at the height of the pandemic.

Taylor openly admitted to being in the "public sector" and said clients ranged from 21 to 70. He added: "We get naked, we play and they join in."

Our man then made his excuses and left their £450,000 home near Telford, Shrops.

West Midlands Police confirmed Taylor is still under investigation and off frontline duty.

WMAS said: “Following a formal investigation and disciplinary hearing, the Trust has taken necessary steps and will take any further action if recommended by the Health and Care Professions Council.  

“The incident was referred to them. The Trust cannot comment further on individual HR matters.”

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