A New York judge has been fired after his x-rated OnyFans and JustForFans accounts came to light.

Gregory A. Locke, 33, was a city administrative law judge, according to the New York Post. His main responsibility was adjudicating parking tickets.

Out of work hours, Locke posted adult content on his Twitter account, with links to see more on his OnlyFans. On Twitter, he has over 160,000 followers.


At the time of writing, his Twitter account was still active. It’s extremely not safe for work (NSFW) viewing. Locke makes no effort to disguise his face.

On his OnlyFans bio, Locke boasted of being a “white collar professional by day… very unprofessional by night. always amateur, always raw, always slutty.” His videos show him enjoying very uninhibited sessions with other guys.

Gregory Locke on OnlyFans

In a tweet posted on January 11, Locke revealed he was a judge.

Judge Gregory Locke posted about his job on Twitter

Whether posting thirsty videos bars Locke from serving as a judge is open to debate. It possibly didn’t help Locke that he also posted some political commentary online.

Responding to a speech NYC Mayor Eric Adams made earlier in the month, in which he criticized the separation of church and state, Locke tweeted, “Eric Adams can suck my c–t.”

City Councilwoman Vickie Paladino recently criticized drag queen story hours. This led Locke to tweet to her a week ago saying, “choke on a d–k”.

It was Paladino who went on to lodge a complaint about Locke. This led to his firing.

“This city must have absolute faith in its courts at every level, and employing individuals like Mr. Locke in positions of legal authority only corrodes the people’s trust in the professionalism and impartiality of our institutions,” Paladino told The Post.

Locke has reportedly been fired for “unprofessional behavior”. According to the city rules of conduct, “A city administrative law judge shall conduct all of his or her extra-judicial activities so that they do not cast reasonable doubt on the city administrative law judge’s capacity to act impartially as a city administrative law judge,” and “do not detract from the dignity of judicial office.”

Locke appeared to take the Post’s story in his stride. Posting footage of Adele in Vegas on his Instagram stories yesterday, he said, “Spent my Saturday getting ready to see my queen @adele close out her Vegas residency.

“Did anything else happen? Did I miss anything?”

Gregory Locke Instagram story pic

Queerty has reached out to Locke for comment.

Update: April 3, 2023

Locke posted a lengthy statement to his Twitter last night. He said, “It is disappointing that the City of New York decided to take the side of a documented bigot instead of seizing an opportunity to stand against ever-growing anti-LGBTQ hatred, particularly the fervent hatred toward the trans and nonbinary communities.

“The ethics rules guiding New York City Administrative Law Judges do not require a judge to abstain from politics or political speech. I remain steadfast in my insistence that my tweets, even if not polite, did not violate any ethical guidelines.”

He added, “Sex work, including porn, is not shameful, and I will not filter my thoughts and actions to appease those who enact harm on my community.”

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