Model says Dolphins coach 'used me as his cocaine platter'

Model says Dolphins coach 'used me as his cocaine platter'

From there, they dated for about two months with Foerster inviting her along with the team to other cities, including Miami.

Adam Gase, the head coach of the Miami Dolphins, told ESPN he is "processing" the situation.

A startling video of Miami Dolphins coach Chris Foerster surfaced on social media over the weekend.

Nige described Foerster in warm terms, calling him a "good person", but she says she wanted to expose him to show inequality in the way blacks are treated compared to whites.

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.

"This is shining a light on the inequalities we have as a country. That's why we all have his back in here and we want him to get better, that's the only thing that means something to us right now".

Nige also said that Foerster threatened her if she planned to do anything to harm him, noting that Foerster shot the video himself before sending it to her.

Lynne Sladky  The Associated Press
Lynne Sladky The Associated Press

"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 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".

The video of Foerster sniffing a powder through a $20 bill before a team meeting popped up Sunday night, and by Monday morning he had resigned. "After speaking with Chris this morning, he accepted full responsibility and we accepted his resignation effective immediately".

Foerster, who reportedly was one of the NFL's highest-paid assistant coaches at between $2.5 million and $3 million per year, and his wife are facing two unpaid-tax liens filed by the IRS. His second stint with the Dolphins started in 2016.

Nige told LeBatard she met Foerster in Oxford, California when the Dolphins escaped South Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma.

She continues, "Let's be honest here: If this was an African-American man - not even just an African, he could be a Mexican, anything like that".

"It's not that I don't like Chris", Nige said. When asked about the nature of their relationship, she said she was "dating him". If he was a minority, they would have fired him.