"He basically sent me a message saying anything I planned to do or tried to harm him will be turned over to his job's security team", model Kijuana Nige said Wednesday in an ESPN Radio interview with Dan Le Batard and Jon Weiner.
"My motive was basically to expose the inequalities in the system", Nige explained.
Nige said Foerster hired her as a "cocaine platter".
In the video, Foerster was shown snorting cocaine and bragging about doing it before a meeting. "It's not just the NFL".
The one-time self-proclaimed "entertainer" said she is now pregnant, but she declined to say whether the baby was his. This is shining light on the inequalities we have as a country. "A little weird. But something we've got to get used to".
Nige told LeBatard she met Foerster in Oxford, California when the Dolphins escaped South Florida ahead of Hurricane Irma.
Nige revealed that the video was about a week old and that she has other incriminating clips of Foerster.
"He was calling for entertainment". "He did mention he wanted to party".
"This is a regular habit of his wherever they go, whether they are in Miami, London or New York", Nige said.
"If I was getting paid millions of dollars, I would never have done anything like this", Sherrod said. "That's what people need to understand, that's just the tip of the iceberg". "He was in his Miami office".
Nig'e said Foerster threatened her with an "NFL cleanup squad" if she didn't delete the photos and videos and that she feared for her life. "So before he could do anything to me, I also felt that needed to be exposed".
"How was he even given the opportunity to resign, seriously?"
Foerster resigned Monday, less than 24 hours after the video spread on social media.
"How was he given the opportunity to resign after having such footage surface in the first place?" What I've always appreciated about him he's a fighter, gives you everything he has.
Furthermore, Nig'e said she believes if Foerster were black, he would've been fired instead of being allowed to resign.