Christine Galgano (NYPD Office on TikTok) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
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Christine Galgano (NYPD Office on TikTok) Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook

Christine Galgano Biography, Christine Galgano Wiki

Christine Galgano, a New York City police officer, has gone viral because of a now-deleted TikTok video showing her appearing in an NYPD uniform top.
According to The New York Post, in the video, Galgano wears the “top half of her police uniform, including what appears to be a holstered sidearm — along with hot pants and cowboy boots.”
Post, Galgano’s “Lt. Dangel refers to the NYPD social media policies, which say that in the Comedy Center mockumentary ‘Reno 9/11, and that police officers should not“ share their photos in a uniform and / or without official identity document ”. Post referred to him as the “Bronx housing police” and wrote that “the off-duty incident was investigated and handled by the officer’s commander,” according to a NYPD spokesperson. The spokesperson did not say how.
Although there are several screenshots on social media, the video has been deleted:
CBS News reporter David Begnaud previously reported that Galgano has recovered from COVID-19. “NYPD Officer Christine Galgano is recovering from COVID19. Lupus is also present and takes hydroxychloroquine, which has already been tested as a coronavirus treatment. Her mother also has COVID19. “Uncomfortable with Christine’s recovery: People are a political deception telling her about the virus.”
She described her battle with COVID-19 on Instagram, writing:

These last few months have been insane. I lost about ten pounds after COVID and I’ve been struggling to put weight back on. I lost A LOT of mass since March, but to be fair, once I recovered, I was focusing on training for the NYC Marathon (which was just canceled) because gyms were closed and I had limited access to weights. I’ve been training almost every day with the weights I have, body weight exercises, and the PowerAbs program. As frustrated and upset as I may be losing mass, I am still physically fit and healthy. If anyone else is in the same boat, we will all get it back when the gyms open. Combined with hard work, muscle memory is incredible. So here’s to everyone doing their best to stay in shape or get in shape during theses crazy works shifts or the quarantine madness. Keep on keeping on. Hope everyone has a happy and safe 4th of July. If you’d like to try PowerAbs, the link is in my bio and for body weight workouts I use 🇺🇸

In a lengthy article on her battles with Lupus, Galgano said, “In 2018, I became a New York City Police Officer and was one of the fittest women in my academy class. I can proudly say, I am the strongest I have ever been and I don’t plan on stopping any time soon.”
She added, “After my Lupus battle, I was only 90 pounds of skin and bones and I couldn’t look at myself in the mirror without breaking down. I just keep repeating to myself, ‘This isn’t permanent, you will get through this.’ A little over five years later, I am 125 pounds of muscle and I can hold my high with confidence and be proud of everything I have accomplished. Today, my Lupus is much more manageable with small flares here and there. I am the strongest I have ever been and I believe the stars are the limit as to what I can achieve.”