MMA's Kay Hansen Teases Police Officer Halloween Costume

MMA's Kay Hansen Teases Police Officer Halloween Costume

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By Kelly Coffey-Behrens on October 15, 2023 at 1:00 PM EDT

MMA fighter Kay Hansen is ready for Halloween as she dressed up as a police officer, leaving her fans' speechless.

The 24-year-old recently shared her Chuckie-inspired costume, but now she is "arresting" fans as she dresses up as a police officer.

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Kay Hansen Says 'Hands Where I Can See Them' Flaunting Halloween Costume

The MMA fighter took to social media to share her sexy Halloween costume, as she bared it all in a police officer costume. Hansen was seen squatting, showing off her backside as she wore booty shorts and fishnet stockings.

In the second slide, she held a pair of handcuffs as the close-up photo showed off her curves and toned body.

The third photo showed Hansen squatting once again, this time with the handcuffs on her waistbands as she teased fans and followers.

"Hands where I can see ‘em👮‍♀️🫡❤️‍🔥😜," she captioned the post, which gained several comments from fans.

"You know I think I’m now a criminal ! Please come take me to jail," one fan wrote as another chimed in, "U can arrest me any time 😂".

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Kay Hansen's Chuckie-Inspired Halloween Costume

The police officer costume is not the only Halloween costume Hansen has shared to Instagram. Just a few days ago, she stepped out in a sexy Chuckie costume, leaving fans speechless.

The MMA fighter shared a handful of photos to Instagram, dressing up as an “innocent” Chucky but also bringing the heat. “‘Personally I like hiding behind an innocent face’ 😈🤭😉,” she captioned the post, which shared an image of Hansen in a striped crop top and a tight “overall” type one piece, playfully biting a fake knife.

She added, “Costume: wanna play evil doll from @fashionnova size s/m. Ran a little big tho so size down!”.

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Fans loved the costume, writing things such as “This is fantastic 👏” and “I would love to play with you Hun!!!! So stunning and irresistible!!! 😍”. Another fan expressed, “I can’t wait for to be Halloween 🎃 ❤️ October 31” as another simply wrote, “Hot damn!🔥”.

Others said, “You can kill me whenever you want 😍” and “🔥 this is awesome!!”.

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Kay Hansen Gets Raw, Opens Up About Troubling Past

Former UFC and current Invicta FC fighter Kay Hansen recently opened up in her new documentary, where she revealed that she was allegedly raped and sexually assaulted by her father as a teenager, which made her get into MMA fighting.

“This documentary was a big step for me, not necessarily as a fighter, but as a person,” Hansen stated on social media. “My successes and struggles have all been in the public eye for many years, but everyone has a story behind the scenes. I was raped / [sexually assaulted] by my father for years. Fighting [and] training was my escape and the only form of reality I had no control over.”

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Kay Hansen Battled An Eating Disorder

The year prior, Hansen revealed that she had been struggling with an eating disorder, which forced her to back out of her scheduled fight with Jasmine Jasudavicius at UFC 270. In that interview, she said she was “sexually assaulted and raped by a family member from 16 to 19 years old” but never named her father the alleged abuser.

“I never spoke up about the abuse I endured due to the repercussions that may follow,” Hansen later admitted. “I tell my story not to ‘help people get to know me,’ but to use the platform my sport has given me to inspire courage in someone who is, or once was, in a similar situation. Sexual abuse is far too common but often swept under the rug. You do not have to go through this alone. You deserve peace and justice. There is always light at the end of the tunnel.”

She added, “I am blessed to have made it out and to have the opportunity to create and rewrite my own story and mend what I did not break. I am thrilled with how this documentary was approached and put together. Thank you to everyone who was involved.”

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