Woman says Dolphins coach Chris Foerster was doing cocaine at work

Miami Dolphins to hire ex-New England Patriots offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo (report)

Miami Dolphins to hire ex-New England Patriots offensive line coach Dave DeGuglielmo (report)

"When we were together, there was no one else around", Nige said.

But in an interview with the "Dan LeBatard Show" on ESPN Radio Wednesday, Njie said she released the video because she was anxious Foerster "low-key threatened" her about exposing the video.

"After he sent the video, he came off his high and low-key kind of threatened me if I ended up exposing the information", Nige said. "I just felt like I had to sleep with one eye open after that".

Nige also claimed Foerster's off-field behavior isn't anything new.

"This is a regular habit of his anywhere he goes", she said. They're going to hold his hand through this whole situation. I was invited everywhere they went. "But he spoke to me about other people". That is not the only piece of footage. Sherrod said she has more damaging video and pictures ("It's just the tip of the iceberg", she said). He was doing it at his desk. "He was at his Miami office".

Nig'e, who said she hasn't spoken to Foerster since the video was released, said her intent was never to get him fired. "After speaking with Chris this morning, he accepted full responsibility and we accepted his resignation effective immediately".

Nige said Foester, 55, used her body "as his cocaine platter", and that she always planned to somehow expose Foerster. People are missing the point.

She later revealed the politics behind her motivation.

Under Foerster, the offensive line was productive last season leading a rushing attack that was ninth in the National Football League at 114 yards per game and surrendering just 30 sacks, 10th-fewest in the NFL. "It's the inequalities with being a white person of privilege in general".

"This is shining a light on the inequalities we have as a country". So we've got to do a good job of learning from Kup and his philosophies and things like that.

Nige adds that if she were getting paid millions of dollars, she would not compromise her job. "How was he even given the opportunity to resign?" Nige said. "This was [not] an African-American man".

Gase obviously was not here during DeGuglielmo's first stint in Miami, and only got to know him in the last couple of months.

"I met him this summer", Gase said. That further shines a lot on the inequalities of the system. We have to mix a few pieces, put some guys in different positions, what they've done for us in training camp. In conversations with ESPN Radio and Black Sports Online, Nige answers lingering questions about the circumstances under which Foerster filmed himself poking snot and telling her that he wanted to lick blow off her "pussy" and sent it to her. "It's not that I hate Chris".

She said she and her friend had received death threats since the video was leaked but she had no regrets.

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