Denver, Colorado – A Denver housekeeping position has been filled with a former employee of a Denver-based cleaning company.
The job will be in the cleaning business but not at the Denver Cleaning Center, which operates out of the same building as the Cleaning Department of the Denver Post.
The Denver Cleaner said the person was fired from the cleaning job after it was discovered she had been using the name “Moe”, a popular female cleaning slang for “pornstar”.
“She had been in the clean room with the cleaners for the past two weeks and was doing some work for them, but had apparently made a mistake,” said the cleaning company in a statement.
The Denver cleaning company said it was notified by the cleaning person’s employer of a “serious incident” on Friday. “
We’ve made the decision to terminate her employment as of this morning.”
The Denver cleaning company said it was notified by the cleaning person’s employer of a “serious incident” on Friday.
“While the employee’s name was not publicly revealed, the Denver cleaning facility received a tip that she was using the same alias and posing as a male,” the cleaning service said in a Facebook post.
“The cleaning employee reported the matter to the Denver Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, who took appropriate action and confirmed that the cleaning employee was the same person and that she had violated the cleaning rules by using the female cleaning alias.”
The cleaning company posted the information on Facebook on Saturday.
“Since this is a private company, the cleaning services’ information was not released,” the Denver cleaner said.
“As the cleaning facility is a non-profit organization, we cannot provide any further information about this matter at this time.”
The cleaner was hired by a cleaning company for $40 a week.
“I didn’t really know how to feel until the next day,” she said.
The cleaning service posted on Facebook that it had also contacted the Colorado State Liquor and Cannabis Board, who confirmed that she worked for a cleaning firm.
“Based on the information that we have, we have terminated the employee and are currently reviewing all of our internal policies and procedures,” the Cleaners said in the Facebook post, which also thanked the Denver Denver Cleaners and their “team” for their help.
“Our cleaning company is a member of the Cleaner Association of Colorado, which is a trade association representing cleaners, housekeepers and other cleaning services professionals, and the Clean Cleaners Association of the USA, which represents cleaning professionals in other states,” the cleaner added.
“It is our sincere hope that the Denver cleaners, the Clean Crew and their team of cleaners, cleaners helpers and other members of the community will continue to provide the cleanliness and care they are known for.”
In February, a woman with the name Mia was fired after she was caught using the woman’s real name to contact her former employer in order to find a job in the Colorado Department of Liquor Control.
The Colorado State Lottery issued a statement saying the Colorado Cleaners had taken steps to verify the person’s identity.
“Upon receiving a tip from the Denver police that a cleaning employee used a fake name and was attempting to contact the cleaning department, the Colorado Lottery conducted an investigation into the matter,” the statement read.
“According to the information we have received, the information is not in dispute.
In September, a former Denver-area cleaning job was advertised on Craigslist for a male cleaner who had recently left his previous job. “
A review of the company’s internal policies, including its social media guidelines, is underway to identify any other violations.”
In September, a former Denver-area cleaning job was advertised on Craigslist for a male cleaner who had recently left his previous job.
The listing, which was made in July, said the man needed to clean a home for $20 per hour.
A cleaning company told ABC News it had been notified of the listing.
“Given the current market environment and the current vacancy for cleaning jobs, we are aware of this job posting and have made an appointment to assist with an ongoing cleaning job for a new client,” the company said in an email to ABC News.
“Due to the current downturn, we do not have an active cleaning staff, and as a result, the client is not currently available for cleaning.”
The Colorado Cleaner did not immediately respond to ABC’s request for comment.
ABC News’ Dan Smith and Rebecca Stott reported from Denver.