Marine Corps Recruiter Under Investigation for Memoir Allegedly Detailing Sex With Recruit

The Marine Corps is investigating a recruiter over a possibly inappropriate relationship with a potential recruit as detailed in his self-published “memoir,” Military.com reported Wednesday.

Gunnery Sgt. Christopher Champagne, 36, published the story which he reportedly referred to in the book as a “scandalous romantic relationship” with a “young woman” interested in joining the military. He reportedly mentioned the woman had to obtain parental consent to be recruited, suggesting she might have been a minor at the time, according to Military.com.

“This is not the kind of guy you want recruiting your children,” Rob Kersch, Champagne’s former father-in-law, told the outlet.

“The kind of conduct that we’re discussing is absolutely not representative of … the Marine Corps at large,” Capt. Bryanna Kessler stated, noting that Champagne is no longer in the recruiting position pending the inquiry’s results, the report says.

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