New York Giants player Jayson Bromley’s rape accuser has dealt with celebrities before. The 26-year-old unidentified Brooklyn woman is accused of using a sex tape to try and extort Taye Diggs last year, claims of which she denies.
Reports the New York Post:
The NYPD is aware of a third alleged shakedown scheme by the woman that targeted an unidentified “man of some note,” sources said.
Law-enforcement officials and neighbors identified Bromley’s accuser as a 26-year-old woman who lives in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The Post is withholding her name.
Last year, the woman uploaded a brief video clip to Instagram showing her and Diggs, 45, in what appears to be a swanky hotel room.
Diggs — who shot to stardom in the 1998 movie “How Stella Got Her Groove Back,’’ is starring in TV’s “Murder in the First’’ and was in the original Broadway cast of “Rent’’ — is seen lying fully clothed on a large bed while the woman shakily pans the camera around the room before pointing it at herself and licking her lips.
In an accompanying, profanity-laced screed addressed to Diggs, she threatened to release “all 7 parts of this video, bitch.”
“I will air out this entire video piece by piece of u licking both me and my bitch p—y and ur f–king number if u don’t get ya s–t right,” she wrote.
“Act dumb if u want to. I have footage of u on all kinda drugs, and sucking on my c–t hoe.”
Less than a week after the Diggs video surfaced, Diary of a Hollywood Street King reported that the actor had paid Bromley’s accuser “a large undisclosed sum of money” to cover up the scandal.
According to the alleged victim, Diggs never gave her “a dime.” Regarding Bromley, the woman says their encounter took a turn because she got sick while attempting oral sex. “I’ll be honest with you, I threw up. I agreed to suck him off, and I threw up. I was drunk, and that’s when he blew up,” she told the NY Post.
She refused to go into detail about the alleged rape but said that her knee and back are “injured” as a result of him hitting her with a car.
An attorney for the pro-athlete reviewed the “allegations” and believes “no crime has been committed.”