Retired NYPD cop sues for $100M, claims police chief beat her after they had a 7 year sexual affair
Retired NYPD officer and aspiring singer, Tabatha Foster claims her ‘one time lover’ who was also her NYPD boss beat her senseless during a tryst.
Foster who retired from the force after a stroke in 2012 has filed a $100 million notice of claim Wednesday against the city. She recounts her rocky 7-year romance with NYPD Chief Jeffrey Maddrey , whom she described as ‘insatiable’ when it comes to sex’, complete with precinct hookups, a rendezvous in his police car and a Queens park beatdown.
“I felt safe until he started hitting me.”
In the court papers Foster stated that Chief Maddrey secretly recorded their sexual trysts on his phone . She further claims they had sex in a posh Trump SoHo suite as his pal, actor Omar Epps, slept nearby, charged.
However, sources close to NYPD Chief maddery said the aspiring singer’s claims are all lies.
“Clearly this woman has problems,” the source said. “She’s just trying to sell her story. She wants to be the next Beyoncé, and she is going to drag the chief’s name through the mud to do it. It’s wrong.”
Roy Richter, president of the Captains Endowment Association, said Maddrey plans to countersue.
“The chief has years of records that document unwelcome contact from this woman,” Richter said. “He is currently pursuing legal recourse to bring this harassment to an end.”
Foster, sources said, texted Maddrey naked photos of herself, begged for sex and threatened him.
Maddrey: “She’s very needy and clingy”
Explicit texts and pictures from Foster to Maddrey
“It’s about to be a war,” she texted him Jan. 31.
Ex-cop Foster seeks the massive compensation from the city for the “emotional and physical damages” inflicted by Patrol Borough Brooklyn North boss Maddrey.
Family man: NYPD Chief Jeffrey Maddrey with his wife and two of his three daugters. Foster has accused him of cheating on his wife with her, and even beating her. The chief maintains the woman’s claims are the lies of an obsessed woman
The court filing charged Maddrey, the married father of three daughters, with beating Foster in Tudor Park until she finally pulled a gun during the alleged December assault.
“I was so mad, I actually pulled my gun on him and literally had him at gunpoint,” she told The News. “He said, ‘Don’t shoot! Put the gun down!’
“I put the gun down and my ass got beat for real. He choked me up. He threw me from side to side like I was a rag doll.”
When a marked police car arrived at the Ozone Park green space, Maddrey simply ordered the arriving officers to leave, according to Foster.
“I still kept seeing him after that, like an idiot.”
The chief “used his position of power and authority as a high-ranking member of the NYPD and her direct supervisor to exploit her for his sexual gratification,” the notice of claim charged.
A spokesman for the city Law Department said the claim will be reviewed.
The chief allegedly tried to get Foster, 40, to join him in sexual hijinks with other female cops. Foster, in Facebook and text messages earlier this month, charged Maddrey had a very specific fetish: He liked on-duty, married, pregnant women.
Foster recalled how she first had sex with Maddrey in his office at the 75th Precinct stationhouse when she was pregnant with her fourth child, she said.
“I can describe his body parts,” she said
He initially gave Foster comfort as her marriage crumbled. She called him Turtle, because he liked to do things slowly. And he called the hyperactive Foster his “Thug Bunny.”
“He was there for me with sex on his mind,” recalled Foster. “I went from one bad situation with my ex-husband to a worse situation unexpectedly.”
Foster, due to a history of childhood sex abuse that left her with posttraumatic stress disorder, found herself unable to say no to her boss, the papers charge.
“Under no circumstances could anyone construe this relationship as consensual,” said her lawyer, Eric Sanders. “He took advantage of her like a predator who preys on a person’s weaknesses.”
A source close to Maddrey said the chief took her to the Trump SoHo hotel, but that Epps wasn’t in the room at all that night. The source said Maddrey and Epps are “almost like brothers,” and that he was upset that Foster had dragged the actor into the mess.
A representative for Epps could not be reached for comment.
The source added that Foster had been harassing Maddrey for years, and was upset that he had spurned her advances.
Foster later provided a laundry list of places where the pair got busy: The 75th Precinct stationhouse, Maddrey’s NYPD vehicle, the Surfside Motel in Howard Beach, the Foxwoods Casino in Connecticut, the Trump SoHo and other unidentified “lodging locations.”
Maddrey provided her with official as well as sexual favors, getting her work shift changed from midnights to a day tour — and assigning an NYPD radio car to deliver divorce papers for her.
The plaintiff said she was sexually abused from ages 2 to 7 by a male relative who masturbated onto her body, and was raped by a second male relative in the late 1990s.
“As a result of these and other childhood traumas . . . throughout her life (she) has been unable to ‘consent’ to meaningful lasting personal relationships,” the notice of claim said.
Foster met her husband while both were working in the 75th Precinct, where Maddrey arrived in 2009 as the commanding officer. Their romance blossomed after their initial sexual encounter, where she recalled Maddrey lifting her maternity dress before they made love.
But Maddrey was soon suggesting a threesome with another woman, and showing his homemade sex tapes with Foster to other people, according to the court document.
Foster retired from the NYPD on Aug. 30, 2015, after suffering a stroke. Maddrey remains on full active duty, although Foster said she wants people to know the truth about the 45-year-old.
“He’s trying to get it out there that I’m crazy,” she said.