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Report: Giants’ Jay Bromley Likely Won’t Be Charged After Attempted Rape Accusation

According to reports in both of New York’s tabloids today, cops have questions about the woman who accused Giants lineman Jay Bromley of attempted rape and vehicular assault, with the Post’s police source saying Bromley is unlikely to be charged.

The woman told police that after they arranged a meeting on Instagram, Bromley tried to rape her after she performed oral sex on him in a Manhattan hotel room on Jan. 31, and that he hit her with his car after refusing to take her home.

Bromley’s story is different:

Bromley told cops that he found the woman naked on a bed when he emerged from the bathroom after checking into the Hyatt Herald Square over the weekend, law enforcement sources said Monday.

She immediately performed oral sex on him, but abruptly stopped and asked for $2,000, which Bromley refused to pay because he thought they were on a date, the sources said.

The report says police believe the woman has a history of finding athletes on celebrity and then receiving payment in exchange for sex. The Daily News reports that she attempted to extort actor Taye Diggs last year, appearing in a now-deleted Instagram video threatening to release his sex tape.

The Post’s police source says Bromley likely won’t be charged with assault, because surveillance video shows her jumping onto the hood of his car.


[New York Post | New York Daily News]

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