Aspiring model arrested in connection with shooting, flashes genitals to jailer (8 pics)


Devan Serpa flashed her “genital area” to a male jailer while during booking.

An aspiring Louisiana model who was arrested Thursday in connection with a shooting that occurred late last month ultimately flashed her lady parts to a jailer.

Devan Serpa, 28, was arrested July 3 for her connection in shooting two cars and a Morgan City residence on June 27. No injuries resulted from the shooting. As she was booked into a jail, the aspiring model exposed her hoo-haa to a male correctional officer.

Serpa was originally charged with aggravated criminal damage to property and illegal use of a weapon, but after giving the jailer a private model show, she was also charged with obscenity.

Serpa’s full modeling profile can be found here.

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