Pennsylvania State Trooper Ed Joyner can no longer work as an assistant to Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger because his conduct "demeaned the image of the department," according to a statement from the agency.
The announcement, reported by the Post-Gazette, came the day NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell suspended the NFL player for six games for his conduct involving a sexual assault allegation.
In 2005, the state police approved a supplemental employment application that allowed Joyner to drive Roesthlisberger to home games, charity events, autograph sessions and other events.
Last week, a Georgia police sergeant resigned after he acknowledged making derogatory remarks about Roesthlisberger's accuser.
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