The Jason Collier story has taken the internet by storm, and now he's been arrested. Yesterday we told you about the insane love life of Stinnett Police Chief Jason Collier. Since it's pretty long and a tangled web we'll give you a short cliff notes version below but if you want to read more about it, check out the article we wrote going into detail at our website.

So here's what happened...Jason Collier was the police chief in Stinnett, Texas and a woman named Cecily posted on her Facebook letting people know that she had been dating Collier, then found out he was married. He presented her with fake annulment papers when she confronted him, but after she found out he was still married, and also had another girlfriend.

While those allegations are enough to make a normal person squirm, it got worse. Collier would visit Cecily in Amarillo while he was on shift in Stinnett which is about an hour away which makes you wonder what else he was up to while he was supposed to be protecting and serving.

From there, more women have come forward and there have been a lot of various accusations against Collier but they all can't be 100% confirmed. All we know is the allegations were enough for Collier to be arrested and resign from his position.

According to NBC 5 News in Dallas, Jason Collier was arrested and charged with tampering with a government document with the intent to defraud, which is a state jail felony. Collier’s bond was set at $10,000 which he has already posted. The charges are related to the fraudulent marriage annulment papers that he showed Cecily.

From there, Collier's bad news continues since he is now out of a job. The City of Stinnett Facebook page announced yesterday that he resigned from his position "effective immediately."

Jason Collier's wild love life has taken the internet by storm and a Facebook group was started asking for Netflix to make the story into a series. There are currently over 180 thousand members in the group, and yes, I am one of them.

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