Model: Ex-Dolphins coach used me as a 'cocaine platter'

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But in an interview with the "Dan LeBatard Show" on ESPN Radio on Wednesday, Njie said she released the video because she was anxious Foerster "low-key threatened" her about exposing the video. "It's a white privilege when you compare the two". I was invited everywhere they went.

The video Nige posted was sent to her by Foerster himself, professing his love to the model as he snorted lines of a white, powdery substance.

Kijuana Nige Sherrod, the Blue Springs native who shared the video of a former National Football League coach sniffing a white substance, said she released the video to expose inequalities in the United States and to protect herself.

"Chris Foerster used me as his cocaine platter", Nige told ESPEN Radio hosts Dan Le Batard and Jon Weiner.

"How was he given the opportunity to resign after having such footage surface in the first place?" By Monday morning, Foerster had resigned his position with the team. Nige said. "Let's be honest here".

Furthermore, Nig'e said she believes if Foerster were black, he would've been fired instead of being allowed to resign. That further just shines a lot on the inequalities of the system. "But he spoke to me about other people".

Sherrod, 33, herself a former athlete who played volleyball at the University of Missouri, said she was dating Foerster but that the two broke up after he sent the video. Nige admits that she was always planning on exposing him, but she pulled the trigger on leaking the video after Foerster threatened to sic an "NFL cleanup crew" on her if she outed the clip he filmed and sent to her of his own accord. "I want to apologize to the organization and my sole focus is on getting the help that I need with the support of my family and medical professionals". "Just in case I just somehow pop up dead, this story was still going to get out". He then uses a $20 bill to snort the powdery substance off the table. Nige said. "This was [not] an African-American man".

"I want him to get help", Sherrod said during an interview with Las Vegas' ABC affiliate, Action 13 News. Because we're not treated equally.

Nig'e wouldn't say how long they were together, but she said it was "for a good amount of time". If he's not out there, we've got guys we have to shuffle around.

"We've kind of been around the same circle of people".

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