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The ex-Miami Dolphins coach's 'ex-girlfriend' spoke out on why she released the video

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The woman who posted video of a Miami Dolphins assistant coach snorting a white substance tells an ESPN Radio host he used her body as a “cocaine platter.”

That woman is opening up on radio and TV for what she calls “inequality” in the NFL. This certainly has sports fans all over talking. It’s a big deal when a coach loses his job. Now we’re hearing from the woman behind the story.

“He liked to party. He’s a partier. That’s what he enjoys to do.”
Kijuana Nig’e

Kijuana Nig’e says she dated ex-Miami Dolphins offensive line coach Chris Foerster for about two months.

After they broke up last week, she released the now infamous video of Foerster, that shows him sitting at a desk and snorting a white powdery substance.

She says she leaked the video to call attention to what she calls “inequalities” in the NFL, where black athletes such as Colin Kaepernick have been heavily criticized and scorned for kneeling during the national anthem.

“It’s kind of like a white privilege if you want to be honest about it. It’s a white privilege, when you compare the two. You get one person get in trouble over an anthem, when you have a coach who probably can’t even sing along ‘cause he’s so high.”
Kijuana Nig’e

Once the video came out Foerster was allowed to resign. Nig’e says that move by the Dolphins shows there’s white privilege in the NFL.

“I want him to get help. I want him to go to rehab. I want him to get back to who he’s supposed to be. It’s not about him getting fired or anything like that,” said Nig’e.

Nig’e told a radio host that Foerster used her body as a “cocaine platter.” She says she has more video and pictures of Foerster with other women that she plans to release.

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Foerster has said in a statement he takes full responsibility for his actions and wants to get help for himself.

Our affiliate CBS 12 in West Palm Beach, Florida contributed to this story.

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