When a former Texas police chief made national news for allegedly sending his mistress a false cancellation document, a Tennessee doctor (pictured) of the same name had no idea it would lead him to a charitable endeavor, which ultimately “turned a negative into a positive.”
As CrimeOnline previously reported, Texas Rangers arrested Jason Collier, former Texas Police Chief Stinnett, in January after he was put on administrative leave for allegedly forging a government document stating that his marriage was canceled.
“Collier allegedly texted the victim with a fraudulent government file attached. The document was a fraudulent marriage annulment,” said Public Safety Sgt. Cindy Barkley said.
The incident began when El Paso’s Cecily Steinmetz took to Facebook to spread Collier’s alleged dirty laundry. She posted photos of the marriage annulment documents that Collier is accused of sending her via a screenshot on her phone. Collier was apparently married but tried to convince Steinmetz that he was no longer with his wife.
Collier was not only still with his wife at the time, but he was also an ordained minister and father of four.
When Kristi Shaffer saw Steinmetz’s photos and posts, she also said that she was romantically involved with Collier. The two women said Collier gave them the same type of coffee maker, although they didn’t know each other before Steinmetz’s social media posts.
âChef Jason Collier leads a double / triple life. I was his girlfriend until yesterday. He lied to me and presented me with false cancellation documents when I found out he was married, âSteinmetz posted on Facebook. âI also discovered a second girlfriend, Kristi, last night. He lied to us, our children, and asked us both to marry him.
Several other women later told their own stories about Collier. The former police chief resigned his post in the middle of the investigation.
Dr Jason Collier, of Tennessee, who has no connection with the former police chief, told Nancy Grace during an episode of “Crime Stories” that he was involved in the story after someone tagged him on Facebook. Dr Collier said he didn’t want anything to do with the “drama” but continued to be inundated with comments, messages and questions.
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Dr Collier ultimately decided to post a video on social media about the situation to clear his name. Her response video was a success and thousands of responses poured in. The subject ultimately led to coffee makers, the former police chief’s gift of choice for his mistresses.
âI was a little light on this. People started asking me what I thought of coffee makers.
The comments, which ranged from “Can you buy me a coffee maker?” To “You Should Make Coffee” and more, finally gave Dr. Collier the idea of ââturning the situation into something that could help people.
When is “Good guy’s coffee“came about.
âOur goal in all of this is to turn a negative situation around, turn it around and do something right,â Dr Collier told Nancy. “Then also take a portion of any proceeds that come from it and donate it to charities that benefit women and children.”
Dr Collier’s charity offers “certified fair trade and organic” coffee harvested in Guatemala, according to its website. Collier will also speak frankly during his Coffee with Jason events. He plans to “ask your advice on how to bring more kindness to our world.”
âMaybe you are too good to be true,â Nancy Grace joked. âI think I’ll have to investigate you.
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