GILBERTON — Officials here and their controversial police chief signed an agreement Thursday that ends his affilation with the borough, PennLive reports, addding that Mark Kessler could soon be appearing in a reality show.

The PennLive story quoted Mayor Mary Lou Hannon, who said a confidentiality clause prevents her from providing the terms of the agreement.

Kessler, 42, had been suspended without pay since July 31 for using borough automatic weapons in videos without permission.

His reaction to the settlement that was reached amicably: “It is what it is. Things could have gone a little smoother,” he told PennLive.

He has signed a contract with a national production company to appear in a reality show, but he said he could not provide details about his role, the story said.

“I’m looking forward to a new career in the entertainment field,” he was quoted.