This Beefy Navy SEAL In Taking A Lot Of Heat From Navy Leaders For Doing Porn As A Side Job

The military has launched an investigation into a decorated Navy Chief Special Warfare Officer after they caught wind that he had appeared in more than 29 adult films, according the San Diego Union-Tribune.

Joseph John Schmidt III, 42, has served for more than 23 years in the military, but has managed to moonlight as a porn star over the last seven years under the name Jay Voom, starring in videos like Apple Smashing Lap Dance and Strippers Come Home Horny From the Club.

He has shared the screen with his wife, porn star Jewels Jade, who claims that her husband’s side job was no secret to his fellow SEALs and superiors.

She also calls the investigation into her husband’s porn career, which helped supplement the couple’s income, “ironic” and “hypocritical” considering the military’s addiction to porn

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“Quite honestly, no one should care because it’s a legal job and a lot of people watch porn,” Jade tells Huffington Post. “But he’s such a good operator with a clean record. He’s been Sailor of the Year numerous times and is a great public speaker and recruiter.”

“We never did any ‘SEAL’ scenes and he never wore a uniform,” she added.



“It’s helped our family. It got us out of a lot of financial issues we were going through,” Jade said. “I could take care of the child. I could try to get us out of financial debt.”

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The investigation is attempting to determine whether Schmidt violated a rule prohibiting Navy SEALs from doing other work without formal approval from their commanders.

“We have initiated a formal investigation into these allegations. There are very clear regulations which govern outside employment by (Naval Special Warfare) personnel as well as prohibitions on behavior that is discrediting to the service,” Capt. Jason Salata, a spokesman for the SEALs, told the San Diego Union-Tribune.

The Navy also bans activities that risk potential “press or public relations coverage” or that “create an improper appearance.”

The Navy initiated the investigation just eight months before Schmidt’s planned retirement. He risks losing his rank and pension benefits.