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Six state attorney employees fired and engagement is called off after drug fueled bachelorette party

By Mason White 1:00 PM February 5, 2017
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By: Mason White

(Scroll down for video) Six people who worked for the Florida state attorney’s office, were fired after a drug fueled bachelorette party.

The group of coworkers from Orlando, lost their jobs after an investigation into a wild bachelorette party for 27-year-old victim advocate Shannon Solo.

The bachelorette party took place in New Orleans, Louisiana.

According to investigative documents, the drugs were hidden in a rubber ducky.

When Solo returned home, her fiance dumped her after learning about her drug use.

Solo moved on with her life and found a new boyfriend. He was an Orange County deputy and drug agent.

When Solo told him about her drug filled bachelorette party, the new boyfriend told his boss.

An investigation was opened and it was discovered that there was another incident in which state attorney office employees had smoked drugs in a home in Kissimmee.

State Attorney Aramis Ayala announced that following an internal investigation, six employees, including two prosecutors, were fired.

Some were fired for smoking the drugs and others were fired after witnessing the crime and not stopping or reporting the illegal actions.

Ayala said that the employees were not charged criminally as they were not caught with the drugs and there is not enough evidence that will hold up in court.

Solo’s new boyfriend also dumped her after learning about her drug use.