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Vegas Model Says Ex-Dolphins Coach "Used Me As His Cocaine Platter"

12 Octubre 2017

Kijuana Nige said she met the coach in Oxnard, Calif., while the Dolphins were using the Dallas Cowboys' training facility during the week of September 10 because of Hurricane Irma.

"The inequalities that come with being a minority compared with a white privileged person in America in general", she said. She mentioned former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who is now out of the league. "It's not just NFL", Nige said during her interview on ESPN Radio's The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz on Wednesday.

According to Nige, Foerster used her body as a "cocaine platter".

"At the end of the day I was heartbroken over it", Bushrod said, "because you never want to see a guy going through something like this".

The video that Sherrod shared has since been taken off her Facebook page, but she said Wednesday that it was taken in the Dolphins office about a week ago.

"We're going to leave that for 'Dr. It's sometimes, a point has to be proven".

Foerster resigned from his position at the Dolphins after the scandal erupted.

Njie also added that she has more footage of Foerster, which she plans to expose at some point in time and, while she never saw any other members of the Dolphins team hanging around and doing drugs with Foerster, he "spoke to" her about "other people". "Before he could do anything to me, I just felt that also needed to be exposed".

"He definitely came in and helped our team", James said of Foerster. "Seriously, how would you give him the opportunity to resign after having such footage surface in the first place?"

Nige said that her and a friend planned to videotape Foerster before the former coach sent the video to the model.

Nig'e says things ended when Foerster's wife learned of their affair. She said he previously told her that he was divorced.

"But the timeline seems to contradict the story she told KTNV about how they met when the Dolphins flew to California ahead of Hurricane Irma in preparation for their game against the Los Angeles Chargers".

DeGuglielmo returns to Miami after spending three seasons as the offensive line coach under former head coach Tony Sparano.

The one-time self-proclaimed "entertainer" said she is now pregnant, but she declined to say whether the baby was his.

The Dolphins said in a statement late Sunday night, hours after the video posted on social media, that team was "just made aware of the video".

Vegas Model Says Ex-Dolphins Coach